BEST WESTERN Adena Inn
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- Outdoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Beth- Rothenburg, specifically spending time with Frauke and her family :)
Jeff- Salzburg Fortress
Sam- Salzburg Cathedral
Beth- walking the city of Salzburg, all of it!
Jeff- Watching the fireworks from the Eiffel Tower on Bastile Day
Sam- Eiffel Tower
Beth- Seine River Cruise and viewing the city from that vantage ...
Wow! Early 3:45 am wake up this morning for early flights and a long travel day. Sydney travelled separately and we all had connecting flights in different countries and cities which made for a stressful day but we persevered! I believe the point of these stresses is to make us appreciate the comforts and familiarity of home even more:). Sydney was ...
Hocking Hills is near Logan, Ohio. The trip from Peoria to this area was flat and straight across the state. Arriving on the edge of Wayne National Forest I stopped at a Visitors center and picked up a map of the are. This is an amazing area with a wonderful story. The trail between Ash Cave and Old Man's cave is called the Grandma Gatewood Trail. She was quite the gal.
... a lengthy hibernation, in May I took my motorcycle safety course and had my license 48 hours later. Long story short, from May to Sept. I gathered roughly 500 miles of experience riding around town including a 200 mile trip thru Hocking Hills. Never in the rain, wind, or dark of night I have convinced myself I’m ready for a 5000 mile journey across the United Sates and there was no looking back. Somewhere ...
... state with 25% obesity
versus one with 32% obesity may not seem all that great, but I wonder what the
stats would be for very high BMIs like over 50. Appalachia seems to have a huge
population of people who are not just chubby or somewhat obese but massively
fat almost to immobility that you rarely see in other parts of the country. At
least that’s been my impression from trips through rural parts of eastern Kentucky,
western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, etc.