Mariann Travel Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TUESDAY 7/15-Boring drive down from South Bend only saw CORN or SOY. Got to the Campground and what a gorgeous day....In the mid 70's, sun warm and cool breeze and enjoyed opening the windows in the motorhome. There aren't many campgrounds in this area so we had to stay on the Indiana side of the Ohio River.
WEDNESDAY 7/16-We stayed at this RV park last year and had to listen to a loud concert while trying to sleep. I guess I can sympathize ...
Catching up on last couple of days. Enjoyed bowling Green-Cave City area. Took a cavern tour at Lost River Cave which included a boat ride down inside the cavern. Visited the National Corvette Museum and toured the plant where all the corvettes are assembled. Amazing that 180 pre-sold cars are made each day. Became a new fan and selected several we would love to have-at least in our dreams. Arrived yesterday to Louisville Ky. Staying at campground in Clarksville, Indiana which ...
... interior and it was all modern...I was wanting to see old town charm...tin ceilings dark wood, candles and romantic Italian feel and elegance..but NOT....it looked like a typical restaurant...
Oh well...So we were immediately seated and given menus. We also gave a drink orders, tea for Noel and I and Budweiser Draft for Tony..Tony and I ordered a flatbread veggie ...
Right after we passed mile marker 90 on I-65, heading south (to mile marker 0), traffice came to a dead stop. For the next hour, we crept bumper to bumper, for about 60 miles. At MM34, we got on a state hwy. to get gas, and got back on just before Louisville, and missed the roadblock by a few thousand feet. So that meant the backup was approximately 80 miles.
All this driving today was done in pouring rain. We went through about 8 downpours that kept traffic almost stopped - and ...
Welcome to Panama the land of Jungles, bugs and sunshine. A place that is American at heart, but Latin American on the surface.
Before landing in Panama, I wasn't sure what to expect. To be honest, I still didn't have Valencia off the brain, and I was still soaking in the joy of being home with family and friends. Up until the moment I left, it didn't feel real, and a part of it still doesn't. Flying over, I tried ...