Country Hearth Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... but we saw it opened during the game on Sunday afternoon on TV.
Now we are in Bowling Green, KY. We went on a tour of the Corvette Factory today helping Jim continue to celebrate his birthday a day late! It was very interesting to get to walk through and see cars being made. The factory is huge and has lots of work stations with robots and people working together. The robots didn't take jobs but helped create more jobs so that ...
Not a lot to report today. Just an in transit day - riding from Cleveland to Elkhart, Indiana - which is on the old US 20 highway. The motel was behind a gas station and a fairly heavy industrial area.
Wandered over to a local Applebees for dinner.
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Trip mileage estimated at 3400 miles now. Cruising eastward bound. Saw Fueled up twice. Stopped at the nicest truck stop, in Ohio getting ready to get back on the road. East, then south and before tomorrow this time, we will be back home. Sorry.... We arrived back in Baltimore at 430am Saturday morning. We slept in the RV it was so late, we were so ...
Just entered Indiana . Almost 9pm, going to stop to eat, after an ill fated attempt to get KFC at a rest area... Only to find out Sbarro took the space .... Poppy was very disappointed to say the least. So, back to good old Cracker Barrel... Maybe.... Running out of time ...
... restaurant for dinner I found a cookbook that had some facts about the Amish that I didn't know. So I will share some of the more interesting ones with you. There are more than a dozen different Amish groups, each having its own customs, such as buggies. Some groups buggy tops are white, others yellow but most are black or grey. Some even permit open buggies. They also ride bicycles. Their religious roots go back to the sixteenth century ...