Travel Blogs from Canfield
... on this trip before. People who are used to being independent suddenly finding themselves in a position where someone in their neighbourhood could make a significant improvement to their day to day life. And despite being in another city, very far away from home, I already feel welcome. Did I mention Dana also made me a homemade dinner package with ...
Best family reunion yet. So great seeing all the family that could make the trek and meeting the great-great nieces and nephews for the first time. The site and the caterer fit the bill perfectly. Love to all my nieces, nephews, greats, and great-greats that I see on FB. Also to the spouses that are terrific people ...
... sweet. My kids were thrilled with the seats.
Driving: You must take in account the numerous toll roads that can cost up to 21.00. Parking is another unwanted and forgotten fee especially in big cities. It was generally 30 to 45 dollars a night to park your car at a hotel. One one toll road we made a wrong turn and had to go back. We told the guy at the toll that we had just come through and paid but we got lost. He gave us a pass to get back through. ...
... br> capped off
with a fine
We arrived in Hartville last night and set ourselves up at the pavilion behind Hartville Hardware, where our sponsor contact, Christa, had arranged for us to stay. The outlets there were pretty low amperage, so we weren't able to run our a/c. We texted her to see if she had any ideas. She happened to be driving by right at that moment, so she stopped by. It just so happens that one of ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed