La Quinta Inn & Suites Dayton North - Tipp City
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... s company this time. I know it has been a tough year for these two folks but one would never have guessed it. We were welcomed with open arms and great hospitality.
It was 3:30 pm once again before we continued the trek. Michigan did not let us down with the bumpy roads but Ohio had way more construction than I anticipated - tricky stuff when the lanes are narrow and you are towing a ...
... Cleveland (Hi, Tom and Renee!) and Columbus (Hi, Paige!), but ever onward we sped. Maņana we hope to get just beyond St.Louis with a straight shot to Kansas City Saturday.
Thinking of you (and still munching ginger snaps and oatcakes and scones, MotM). Love,
p.s. If I manage to send my one photo of the day, it'll be of what we could see of Lake Erie way behind masses of vineyards.
This cake shop is located where the old Woody's grocery store was in West Carrollton. The cupcake from the run was very good. The chocolate cake was very moist. Most of my friends really like their buttercream icing but it is a little too sweet for my taste. One cupcake is definitely my limit for the ...
... the diet. :-). The race was held at the Miami and Erie Canal Park located along the Miami River. This is a very small park but it has a nice little picnic area and is along the bike path in West Carrollton. To my surprise it is also a sight for some Wright Brothers flights. See picture of the marker for ...
... haze always seemed to hang over the land and wind was a constant.
Newfoundland roads were full of potholes, especially the roads leading to the small fishing villages. We put the glass microwave dish under our mattress every day to keep it from bouncing around. The TransCanada Highway was quite good.
When talking to Newfoundlanders, sometimes we felt they were speaking a different language. They talked really fast and we often had ...