Best Western Monroe Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We stopped for the night in Cincinnati and unloaded the car to repackage and get ready for the big sale. The 127 yardsale starts this morning and it's raining. It's ok we have seen so much so far and had great weather. A little rain will not hurt ...
We arrived in Ohio woohoo!!!! The big sale starts in two days we can't wait. We have seen signs already and tables being set up. On the way to Oxford to our hotel we found another covered bridge the first one for Ohio. The Pugh Mill Bridge now called the Black Bridge. It stands in its original location but no through traffic allowed. This is the longest bridge so far at 220 feet long and 25 ft high. It was built in 1868-69 for access to a saw ...
... to coast-in over Michigan City. The blue skies gave way to more cloud which we had to duck under to maintain VFR. At this point it seemed to be getting really hot in the back seat – realised that the seat heater was on, phew (Patrick had a few giggles about that)!!
The view below was of green famland as Winchester, Randolph County came and went, routing to the south of the city of Dayton, negotiating the ...
After a WONDERFUL visit with college friends that we haven't seen in 9 years, we have started the trek through Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and back home. Our kids won't have much to report about day 29 except driving, driving and more driving. So instead, we are reflecting on highlights of our trip to share with our Top 10 list below. I've also included some tips that have helped with our travels for those who have been following and inquiring so they can make this trip or ...
... the regimentation, the shallow statements about sentinals of freedom, and the unquestioning populace that is necessary for a military effort to succeed. I hate the bombs. And I also now have a more nuanced view. This complexity puzzles me every time we visit the USA. As with almost everything it does, America manages to be all extremes at once. The progress, innovation, skill and risk-taking driven by the vast military machine moves us to better and smarter technology, ...