Quail Hollow Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made it to Cleveland Monday evening and stayed downtown so we'd be closer to the rock n roll hall of fame. We were on a tight schedule and didn't get but an hour to tour which is not remotely enough time. We had tickets to the gran ole opry Tuesday evening so we were going to have to hustle ...
... at 70 MPH. Lees car battery was dead when Kathy went to start it, so the battery charger was hooked up and away she went. I won't bore you with the details of getting the tongue of the trailer up and on to the proper sized ball, suffice to say that we are good at scrambling to correct these things! Practice, Practice. That night after a day's worth of questions of where was this, and did you pack that for me, Kathy says to Lee," your just trying to get me to not miss you so much!" ...
Today we spent the day travelling from Canada to America. We spent the first part of our drive watching Love Actually while we were travelling through Canada and when we crossed the border and made our way into America, we went through Buffalo in New York State and Pennsylvania. As we crossed the boarder we had Born in the USA playing loudly in the coach as well as other 'American' songs to welcome us back into the country. ...
... we felt right at home! There is also a sports stadium and Science Museum in the same locality.
An early evening supper at a local restaurant, dining on the patio overlooking a small river, we continued to enjoy J&T’s company. We had taken two cars, the girls in the yellow bug, as the boys wanted to head out to the airfield to check over the EZ before we moved on. We really enjoyed our stay and were made very welcome – thanks Jan and Terry.
... have not had much chance to experience the history.
We arrived at the point of embarkation about half an hour early, to discover that several hundred people had already amassed, awaiting the train. We were not, interestingly enough, at a train station, but just at a wide spot in the road where an open space allowed for access to train tracks. They just pulled the train up and piled everyone on. The train was rather ...