Holiday Inn Express Adrian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Adrian
Travel Blogs from Adrian
... maps, flashlight, compass, music player, alarm clock, photo album, and so much more. My poncho provides rain protection, serves as a ground cloth for picnics, and can be used as a shower curtain when there is none (which I understand does happen). A bungee cord, wrapped around the poncho waist keeps it from flapping in the wind, or serves as a clothes line on laundry day. You get the idea...
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... wear one set, while washing the other set). I will be provided a roof over my head each night which could be an albergue roof, monastery roof, barn roof, a plush Parador Hotel roof (as in the movie, The Way), and if I don't walk fast enough,... a roof of stars. Thankfully, I don't have to carry food in my backpack. I will eat in a Spanish pub/restaurant along the way, have a meal served by nuns, buy and prepare a meal with fellow pilgrims, dine ...
We got picked up in Sandusky on the 21st and drove along the lake before heading back towards Toledo. We had a great time seeing everyone, our grandparents, all our uncles and aunts and cousins. Our cousin Adrienne was getting married so all the family was reunited.
We also got our bikes fixed and tuned up, ...
... 8217;s great,” I agree.
The 80-mile ride to Adrian is a blast in Al’s expensive, sporty new 1970 white roadster even though it has a tiny back seat and very little legroom. Al is a well-built, average height, nice, homely Jewish man, and Hiker doesn’t act like she cares much about him. After we arrive, Paris and Kendoll greet us, and show us around their home.
“Al may sleep ...
... It was a wonderful day trip. I drove because I like to drive.
I liked going to the service with the nuns. The chapel was large and the singing was wonderful. I liked the cemetery, too, because the design was unusual with the circular arrangement of the headstones. The nuns talked to us like they had known us forever. We felt very welcomed.