Super 8 Newcomerstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Sweden, and Canada and from all over the US including, WA, CA, MT, TX and GA to name a few.
It's so interesting how you can gather with people once a year yet it feels like there has been no time since the last time you've seen them - you just pick up where you left off. There will be the same feelings next year in Las Cruces I'm sure. I look forward to seeing everyone again as well as meeting new friends!!
Over the last few days we have been getting ready to leave for the 7 week RV trip that we are taking. This mostly involved me hanging out with family while Grandma sorted out the route, checked the bookings and got the groceries etc. I spent Saturday and Sunday morning with the Lenon clan. We checked out the club that they have just joined so that Calvin, Owen and Piper can join the swim ...
I got up at 6:15 and Larry at 6:30. We were at breakfast by 6:55. I had a small biscuit with a little gravy, a few scrambled eggs and a yogurt. Larry had eggs and biscuits and gravy. We were all on the bus and ready to go at 8:00. We watched Gone with the Wind Part II which didn't end until after our restroom break. We stopped at the Virginia Welcome Center. For lunch ...
... a bit in the bottom of the glass, enough for a good taste. In the end I bought the White Merlot (which was really a little pink), Tropical Temptations and a dry wine which is one of my favorites, Riesling. In addition to the bottle of wine the bartender packed up our wine glasses which have the logo of Raven's Glen and the year, 2015, engraved on them. A pretty good deal for the Flight and glasses for $3.00 each. The wine is pretty inexpensive too. I ...
... to take home. The nearby cheese factory was much more touristy and commercial, decked out as a Swiss Inn, but producing a good range of cheese.
We decided that was a good start so headed to our accommodation next. Unbeknownst to us, it turned out to be an interesting choice as well, our trip was really looking up. It was an big old Amish barn which had been converted to a bed and breakfast. It was owned and operated by an old ex-Amish couple, the wife ...