Americas Best Value Inn/Huber Heights
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... bins here and there, but they were not plentiful as in Ontario. In Newfoundland, the only places we saw recycling bins were at the two National Parks.
We think the people of Quebec win (lose?) for being the heaviest smokers.
As far as beauty, we thought Newfoundland took the top prize, with Cape Breton in Nova Scotia running a close second.
The Maritimes offered few spectacular sunsets, maybe because it never got completely dark at ...
... is at a very low level, and it has looked that way for all my previous visits.
After the House, Alex and I set out for a whirlwind tour of the campus, as our loan of the van was only for 2 hours. We walked along Stewart Avenue and across the bridge over Cascadilla Gorge. Notable were the installation of the suicide prevention safety nets. Although they impaired the view, their benefit was worth it.
I pointed into the ...
It's been a few days since I could update the blog, my phone died Tuesday evening and I couldn't recover it until we got to St. Louis! Then Thursday we had very little service on the drive to northern Arkansas and no service or wireless at our condo! Craziness! But now were back home and I'm going to finish out the blog with the remainder of our stops...
Ohio was great! We stayed with Uncle Tom (my Dad's younger brother) and Aunt ...
We arrived after decent plane travel and had a very friendly and helpful taxi driver to Botanic View BB. Bernie, Bernadette, met us at the door with a welcoming smile and a spot of tea, with milk, of course. Left for Duncan's game planning to catch a bus. It never arrived so hailed a taxi. He didn't know where the Seapoint Rugby club was so promised he would get us there for twenty euro. He talked on the phone, drove very fast, and typed into ...
Zipping my second backpack for the last time, I felt a small sense of relief wash over me. I was packed, finally, with a minor meltdown or two under my belt. After packing and unpacking and repacking for the last two hours I finally felt like I had it figured out. Unfortunately, my relief didn't last long. After packing three different bags to hold all of my extras for the ...