- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Evergreen Motel Canfield
Travel Blogs from Canfield
Today was all interstate and toll roads. Thank goodness for EZ Pass. Since it is Saturday there was no rush hour traffic. Just lots and lots of construction. I will be taking a hot shower soon to loosen up my muscles.oderate temperatures, blue sky, and all kinds of pollen ...
... central plains of Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. There are, of course, other large fertile plains such as that in southern Russia and Kazakhstan but none of the others is serviced by the extensive network of navigable rivers that exists in the American heartland.
It is easy to see what this means in terms of productivity as you ride day after day through flourishing crops, but it is the river system, the mighty Mississippi and its tributaries, that allows ...
We started walking back towards the Pentagon and thought we'd go and have a look around Arlington Cemetery on the way. After all, this is the place where John F. Kennedy is buried and in a few days we would be arriving Dallas and more than likely be visiting Dealey Plaza, the place he was shot. J.F.K's grave is not what I thought it would be at all. It's tiny. You would walk straight past it if it wasn't for the eternal flame which as it's ...
... we have now reached Ravenna in Ohio. Our stop for for the night is the Rocking Horse Inn, which we booked only this morning. It is a 'stick-style' Victorian house, once a convent, but now a fabulously quaint and ornate B&B. We have just had a wonderful impromptu dinner with our hosts, some local friends and another guest. Taken aback by such generous hospitality, it just shows that if you can't win them all, you can certainly win some of them.
228 miles today.
... art on this vacation... keep breathing...
Speaking of breathing, I attended a two-hour session of Classic Yoga and Meditation this evening at The Yoga Room. The instructor, Maureen, was lovely-- she created this congenial, relaxed environment that came as a culture shock... she and students in the class were even asking me about my cross-country trip. It's funny to be away from DC and realize that yoga doesn't have to be a competition ;)