- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Anyways, to close, I want to thank everyone that made this experience what it was. Everyone that helped me get there and of course all the friends I made while I was there. I’m sure I will see you all again at some point, and I look forward to that day! And thank you to all those who followed my blog – your views encouraged me to keep writing and documenting this trip! Till next ...
... the City centre and drove up Vine Street into a funky part of town where we parked and got out and strolled to visit various art shops, bistros, a pottery shop and some funky boutiques. A giant Christma tree is set up in the centre of the city along with an ice skating rink. We stopped in at A Tavola a very nice bar and Trattoria where we enjoyed a pizza together. Fun place.
The centre of the city is sprinkled with the most amazing art murals. ...
... and through Columbus, Ohio onwards to Cincinnati. Flat, rural farm country pretty much. We found our hotel which is very nice and settled in for some down time.
Unfortunately, a dinner at KFC ended up being a bad choice for us as Deb no sooner ate and within minutes she lost her entire meal. So we made ...
We have an early a.m. flight out of Las Vegas, connecting through Detroit. We had to run like heck to get our connection...it was in a different terminal. Back to Cincy around 6:40 p.m. Carol picks us up. It was good to be home, but the weather here is cold and ...
... next door. We had to climb a steep incline and go down two steps and up six steps to our room, along with our 40 lb.+ suitcase and carry-ons. The room was nice, but not worth the trouble.
We were hungry, and finally settled for McDonald's. We had sandwiches and, of course, ice cream. Ron walked down to Rite Aid to get us some wine and pop for our cruise. It was sort of a rough neighborhood, and he was happy to get out of ...