Holiday Inn Express Troy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... with fields and fields of sweetcorn. The hotel just happened to be having a 'Manager's welcome evening’, which satisfied our dietary and thirst needs! There was also a much-needed (and utilised) guest laundry facility.
Tuesday morning we set off to ‘do the museums’. Dayton is the birthplace of aviation as the Wright Brothers (Orville and Wilbur) had their bicycle shop and business here. ...
... and, yes, it holds 7 bikes! This did mean that we had to unload/load at each stop but it was totally worth it! Get the Kids Involved: We are big believers in teaching kids how to be independent with things that are age appropriate. This was a big part of setting up/tearing down camp going so smoothly each time...and the kids feeling proud of their contributions. For example, we taught the boys how to use the wrenches to put on/off the front tires on bikes. The little ...
... As an aviation and space geek, seeing rare military aircraft on display I understand their place in human history. Rare aircraft, part of the journey of technology, show us that, by success or failure, we make things better and safer and then move on to the next improvement. There is a lot of technology that would not have been developed without a military imperative, or at least less progressed. Without missiles driving rocket development we would not be exploring space, or ...
... from the left side of the window to the right. They lasted until about 10:30 but we could still hear some going off in the distance until about 11:15 - Ohio must sell lots of discount fireworks!!
On Sunday, we decided to just to go to church and then have a day of rest. We worshipped at Northminster Presbyterian in town. They were remodeling sanctuary (beautiful, from what we could see) so we had service in their little side chapel. Not sure what ...
With the rain out of the area, we had a great day of exploring and hiking. A morning visit to Shrum Mound, which can be seen roadside at Campbell Park. Built at least 2000 years ago by the Adena Culture. Nicely preserved by the Historical society - looks like they just recently cleared all of the trees that were growing out of the mound. Two paths lead to the top but Robin and I couldn't bring ourselves to walk up there - seeming ...