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The Loch is your place for great food and fun! The Boathouse is located in the heart of downtown serving lunch and dinner in a casual atmosphere. The Boathouse is known for its excellent perch, walleye and homemade walleye chowder.

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But after your tank got low, there was only one place to go — THAT eatery. The Spot Restaurant started as a chuckwagon more than years ago. It still serves up some of the tastiest cheeseburgers around. It came wrapped in a square of paper that said a hamburger from the Spot, with a pickle on top, makes your heart go flippity flop!

Even President George W. Bush stopped for a bite last time he was in Sidney, Ohio. Spot Miller wheeled his chuckwagon into town in but Sidney officials restricted selling meals from the mobile eatery so Spot Miller kicked the wheels off and became a permanent fixture in town for generations to come, cooking up memories for all.

New owners bought the place from Spot Miller and had a grand vision of popping up in many spots across Ohio and beyond. Eventually, they all disappeared and only one SPOT exists today, the original! Along the way, a more permanent building was built. Inside, the last renovation was The best memories shared of the best dishes served at The Spot Restaurant almost always include the tenderloin sandwich and old-fashioned cream pie!

It remains a closely guarded family secret. Much of the menu contains chili and peppers in some sort of combination. The restaurant become famous during the airing of the show M.

That event catapulted the restaurant to new levels and it now thrives in the Toledo area and has opened several other stores. This unique glazed brick building was converted into a restaurant in , and is now The Warehouse, Italian Dinners, filled with unique antique decor, and a homey atmosphere.

Taste sauces and food prepared from scratch in our kitchens just like Mama would have made. Let them pour you a glass of wine and bring you your favorite meal. This restaurant is set in an oversized Amish style home that has a seating capacity of Patrons can choose from an extensive menu that has everything from breakfast to dessert.

All food is Amish style and guests can come for all meals of the day to enjoy the coziness of an Amish home with an Amish meal. If guests prefer they can also choose to have a full family sized Amish style meal prepared instead of each person ordering for themselves.

There is also a take home menu featuring things such as bread prepared in the restaurant. The fries are pretty tasty too. All of which may be considered some of the best kept secrets in Ohio travel.

After all, there are only so many seats to go around. No worries, every newcomer is received with open arms. If you do stop in, expect a very friendly atmosphere and be ready to join in the conversation and laughter. The quarters are too close not to. The space or lack thereof is used well. Walls, ceiling, you name it, has interesting memorabilia and collectibles that can occupy your attention all night. Every nook and cranny of the joint has a surprise and a laugh waiting for your gaze.

The bar takes up most of the room but it leaves a little corner for the kitchen and rest rooms are just one skip down the hall. The kid-friendly pizza parlors are nestled among the historic Ashtabula covered bridges. Ashtabula County is known as the Covered Bridge capital of Ohio. The spanning bridges offer an ambience to the pizza parlor and a nice back-drop for the Classic Car Cruise-Ins held on Thursdays throughout the summer months.

The Guggisberg Swiss Inn in Millersburg: The bed and breakfast is a family owned business opened in It is located in Amish country and sits on top of a hill surrounded by Amish farms. Though the inn is in the country it is still only minutes away from all the Holmes County has to offer.

The inn is excellent at capturing the essence of Amish living as it is just two miles north of Charm which is said to have more buggy traffic than anywhere in the world. The inn offers many picnicking and hiking areas as well as a wonderful view of a large duck pond. The inn also offers a complementary breakfast and evening snack. It has great food and sensational hand-crafted beer. The Tasting Room is clean and attractive, and has clean, inviting bar area featuring 24 taps at 3 specific temperatures, for the perfect glass of beer every time.

The kitchen also makes everything fresh, so it has become very popular — especially for those who want to drink more than one beer. It is much like the brewery, small but effective, with a focus on the highest quality. The menu changes with the seasons, and includes fresh daily specials. The menu features American favorites and the delicious burgers, cooked medium-rare — half pound with mushrooms and grilled onions.

For hours, directions and further information, call Surrounded by antique shops, gift boutiques, pubs, and coffee bars, it provides a perfect place for shoppers and local business folks of both genders and all ages to relax for a few minutes with a soothing cup of tea or a bite to eat before charging back into the fray.

They serve light lunches as well as an afternoon tea, and tea lovers can choose their favorite from a long list of offerings. At the front of the shop a small gift shop offers dainty gifts, jewelry, books and magazines, stationery, china tea ware, tea paraphernalia, and 45 varieties of bulk tea, all arranged in attractive display cases. Stop in and say hi to co-owners Carol Clark and Janet Dell and have some tea. Having explored Ohio for years covering the roads less traveled, I get hungry.

Any road warrior knows that discovering something mm-mmm good is a big part of the traveling experience. To boot, my surname is Sicilian. Although festivals there are wonderful I enjoy the laid back days when the pavement is cooler and the crowds are thin enough not to get bumped from the sidewalks.

Much like overseas in the old country, parking is not easily found. You will have to walk. Many people refer to Little Italy and other ethnic neighborhoods as a cultural experience. A real neighborhood has its own personality! I love the food, the art, the shops and the people around Murray Hill. The conversation is lively and the laughter is hearty. The stroll by foot from shop to shop is full of sights that make you feel a part of something outside your normal world.

But at some point, you need a bite to eat. Nobody is in a hurry. Stay a while and engage in conversation over some soft drinks or beer and a tangy pizza that is chewy and crisp at the same time. Oh, and the price is shockingly economical and may not seem fair …to the merchant… considering your taste buds will continue to explode with flavor with each lick of the corners of your mouth after the pie is gone.

If you have fancy-schmancy tastes, go elsewhere. After a bite like that, you need to walk it off. Browse through the art galleries and specialty shops for Italian pottery, jewelry, designer clothes or dresses.

They have just about any Italian dessert under the sun and coffee to chase it. They also serve deli sandwiches and breads. Take-out boxes are hanging over table edges with all walks of life chatting and laughing while they sample their purchases. The large glass front window allows light to pour over the blond wood floors. For more information to plan a visit to Murray Hill, visit www.

Mapleside Farms in Brunswick, Ohio: The rustic multi-leveled building overlooks the acre apple farm. The Butcher Shop features over kinds of homemade sausage, hand cut steaks, chicken, and pork. The Ice Cream Parlor is open April through October and offers 20 flavors of home made ice cream and 14 delicious flavors of frozen yogurt.

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They also offer unique heart shaped pizzas, which can be ordered any day of the week. It offers free delivery anywhere in town, and extends that service to five neighboring communities, and to the myriad marinas along the Grand River.

They even deliver to the beach at Fairport Harbor Lakefront Park. Harkening back to the days of the vintage soda fountain, attention is paid to every detail — from ice cream served up behind an authentic Bastion-Blessings soda fountain and root beer straight from the barrel to handmade English toffee and chocolate barks to freshly-popped popcorn and homemade pies.

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Consider documenting and uploading your minimalist travel experiences. Because sport is not just football, tennis and the NBA. This article is for anyone watching the snooker for hours in front of Eurosport. Just to remind you, the snooker is a variant of billiard with red balls that are each worth 1 point that must be returned alternately with balls of colors, worth 2 to 7 points, the black ball being the ball worth the most points.

The Vestiaire du Sport makes you travel in this little-known sport and in the exceptional career of this good old Ronnie. He spent his youth in North London.

In fact the idea is that it rains H24, the guy can not do any outdoor sport. And by chance, there was a billiard table hanging around his house. And as, the Game Boy Color only came out a few years later, he played snooker all day long, very fast very very good. In , at just 16, Ronnie began his professional career. We will not turn 36 years around the bush.

The World Championship is an annual tournament which is the most prestigious of the year. All players are invited and it is the one who will be the best for a week. Not the right to the error. But 5 is also the number of UK Championships he won, considered one of the three most prestigious tournaments.

No matter what the big date, Ronnie is always there, a great champion he is. Because The Vestiaire du Sport is perfectionist, we can not conclude the list of Mr. Even your grandfather could play for hours. In fact, it is when you send all the balls of the table in one-shot, without the opponent does not enter a ball of the sleeve. Breaks of , he stalled 13 in his career. Of these 13 breaks maximum, it has the fastest 5 in history. Because what is stylish with Ronnie is that he goes fast when he plays.

It does not put 5 minutes between each ball, like most players. Which gives you time to do 56 naps in one game. No, Ronnie, he has a pace to piss off the greatest marathoners.

Here we put you the fastest in history. No, actually, the guy is ambidextrous. And I want you to say that I tried to love and serve humanity. Yes, if you want to say that I was a drum major. Say that I was a drum major for justice. Say that I was a drum major for peace. I was a drum major for righteousness. And all of the other shallow things will not matter. I won't have any money to leave behind. I won't have the fine and luxurious things of life to leave behind. But I just want to leave a committed life behind.

Beginning in , cities such as St. Louis, Missouri , and states established annual holidays to honor King. Following President George H. Bush 's proclamation, the holiday is observed on the third Monday of January each year, near the time of King's birthday. Day was officially observed in all fifty U. Utah previously celebrated the holiday at the same time but under the name Human Rights Day.

King is remembered as a martyr by the Episcopal Church in the United States of America with an annual feast day on the anniversary of his death, April 4. Inspired by King's vision, it undertakes a range of activities across the UK as it seeks to "build cultures of peace. In , Newcastle University unveiled a bronze statue of King to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his honorary doctorate ceremony.

As a Christian minister, King's main influence was Jesus Christ and the Christian gospels, which he would almost always quote in his religious meetings, speeches at church, and in public discourses. King's faith was strongly based in Jesus' commandment of loving your neighbor as yourself , loving God above all, and loving your enemies, praying for them and blessing them. His nonviolent thought was also based in the injunction to turn the other cheek in the Sermon on the Mount , and Jesus' teaching of putting the sword back into its place Matthew In another sermon, he stated:.

Before I was a civil rights leader, I was a preacher of the Gospel. This was my first calling and it still remains my greatest commitment. You know, actually all that I do in civil rights I do because I consider it a part of my ministry. I have no other ambitions in life but to achieve excellence in the Christian ministry. I don't plan to run for any political office. I don't plan to do anything but remain a preacher. And what I'm doing in this struggle, along with many others, grows out of my feeling that the preacher must be concerned about the whole man.

In his speech " I've Been to the Mountaintop ", he stated that he just wanted to do God's will. Veteran African-American civil rights activist Bayard Rustin was King's first regular advisor on nonviolence. Rustin had applied nonviolence with the Journey of Reconciliation campaign in the s, [] and Wofford had been promoting Gandhism to Southern blacks since the early s. King had initially known little about Gandhi and rarely used the term "nonviolence" during his early years of activism in the early s.

King initially believed in and practiced self-defense, even obtaining guns in his household as a means of defense against possible attackers.

The pacifists guided King by showing him the alternative of nonviolent resistance, arguing that this would be a better means to accomplish his goals of civil rights than self-defense. King then vowed to no longer personally use arms. In the aftermath of the boycott, King wrote Stride Toward Freedom , which included the chapter Pilgrimage to Nonviolence. King outlined his understanding of nonviolence, which seeks to win an opponent to friendship, rather than to humiliate or defeat him.

The chapter draws from an address by Wofford, with Rustin and Stanley Levison also providing guidance and ghostwriting. King was inspired by Mahatma Gandhi and his success with nonviolent activism, and as a theology student, King described Gandhi as being one of the "individuals who greatly reveal the working of the Spirit of God".

In a radio address made during his final evening in India, King reflected, "Since being in India, I am more convinced than ever before that the method of nonviolent resistance is the most potent weapon available to oppressed people in their struggle for justice and human dignity. King's admiration of Gandhi's nonviolence did not diminish in later years.

He went so far as to hold up his example when receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in , hailing the "successful precedent" of using nonviolence "in a magnificent way by Mohandas K.

Gandhi to challenge the might of the British Empire He struggled only with the weapons of truth, soul force, non-injury and courage.

Another influence for King's nonviolent method was Henry David Thoreau 's essay On Civil Disobedience and its theme of refusing to cooperate with an evil system. Even after renouncing his personal use of guns, King had a complex relationship with the phenomenon of self-defense in the movement. He publicly discouraged it as a widespread practice, but acknowledged that it was sometimes necessary. They both have weaknesses And I'm not inextricably bound to either party. Actually, the Negro has been betrayed by both the Republican and the Democratic party.

The Democrats have betrayed him by capitulating to the whims and caprices of the Southern Dixiecrats. The Republicans have betrayed him by capitulating to the blatant hypocrisy of reactionary right wing northern Republicans.

And this coalition of southern Dixiecrats and right wing reactionary northern Republicans defeats every bill and every move towards liberal legislation in the area of civil rights. Although King never publicly supported a political party or candidate for president, in a letter to a civil rights supporter in October he said that he was undecided as to whether he would vote for Adlai Stevenson or Dwight Eisenhower , but that "In the past I always voted the Democratic ticket.

I never came out with an endorsement. My father did, but I never made one. In , King urged his supporters "and all people of goodwill" to vote against Republican Senator Barry Goldwater for president, saying that his election "would be a tragedy, and certainly suicidal almost, for the nation and the world.

King supported the ideals of democratic socialism, although he was reluctant to speak directly of this support due to the anti-communist sentiment being projected throughout the United States at the time, and the association of socialism with communism. King believed that capitalism could not adequately provide the basic necessities of many American people, particularly the African-American community.

King stated that black Americans, as well as other disadvantaged Americans, should be compensated for historical wrongs. In an interview conducted for Playboy in , he said that granting black Americans only equality could not realistically close the economic gap between them and whites.

He posited that "the money spent would be more than amply justified by the benefits that would accrue to the nation through a spectacular decline in school dropouts, family breakups, crime rates, illegitimacy, swollen relief rolls, rioting and other social evils.

He stated, "It should benefit the disadvantaged of all races. Recently, the press has been filled with reports of sightings of flying saucers. While we need not give credence to these stories, they allow our imagination to speculate on how visitors from outer space would judge us.

I am afraid they would be stupefied at our conduct. They would observe that for death planning we spend billions to create engines and strategies for war. They would also observe that we spend millions to prevent death by disease and other causes. Finally they would observe that we spend paltry sums for population planning , even though its spontaneous growth is an urgent threat to life on our planet.

Our visitors from outer space could be forgiven if they reported home that our planet is inhabited by a race of insane men whose future is bleak and uncertain. There is no human circumstance more tragic than the persisting existence of a harmful condition for which a remedy is readily available. Family planning , to relate population to world resources , is possible, practical and necessary.

Unlike plagues of the dark ages or contemporary diseases we do not yet understand, the modern plague of overpopulation is soluble by means we have discovered and with resources we possess. What is lacking is not sufficient knowledge of the solution but universal consciousness of the gravity of the problem and education of the billions who are its victims Edgar Hoover personally ordered surveillance of King, with the intent to undermine his power as a civil rights leader.

Kennedy to proceed with wiretapping of King's phone lines. The Bureau placed wiretaps on the home and office phone lines of Levison and King, and bugged King's rooms in hotels as he traveled across the country. For years, Hoover had been suspicious about potential influence of communists in social movements such as labor unions and civil rights.

The FBI feared Levison was working as an "agent of influence" over King, in spite of its own reports in that Levison had left the Party and was no longer associated in business dealings with them.

For his part, King adamantly denied having any connections to communism. In a Playboy interview, he stated that "there are as many Communists in this freedom movement as there are Eskimos in Florida. The attempt to prove that King was a communist was related to the feeling of many segregationists that blacks in the South were happy with their lot but had been stirred up by "communists" and "outside agitators.

King said that "the Negro revolution is a genuine revolution, born from the same womb that produces all massive social upheavals—the womb of intolerable conditions and unendurable situations. CIA files declassified in revealed that the agency was investigating possible links between King and Communism after a Washington Post article dated November 4, claimed he was invited to the Soviet Union and that Ralph Abernathy, spokesman for subject, refused to comment on the source of the invitation.

Having concluded that King was dangerous due to communist infiltration, the FBI attempted to discredit King through revelations regarding his private life. FBI surveillance of King, some of it since made public, attempted to demonstrate that he also engaged in numerous extramarital affairs.

In his autobiography And the Walls Came Tumbling Down , Ralph Abernathy stated that King had a "weakness for women", although they "all understood and believed in the biblical prohibition against sex outside of marriage.

It was just that he had a particularly difficult time with that temptation. Abernathy criticized the media for sensationalizing the statements he wrote about King's affairs, [] such as the allegation that he admitted in his book that King had a sexual affair the night before he was assassinated.

In his book Bearing the Cross , David Garrow wrote about a number of extramarital affairs, including one woman King saw almost daily. According to Garrow, "that relationship The FBI distributed reports regarding such affairs to the executive branch, friendly reporters, potential coalition partners and funding sources of the SCLC, and King's family.

The American public, the church organizations that have been helping—Protestants, Catholics and Jews will know you for what you are—an evil beast. So will others who have backed you. King, there is only one thing left for you to do. You know what it is. You have just 34 days in which to do this exact number has been selected for a specific reason, it has definite practical significant [ sic ].

There is but one way out for you. You better take it before your filthy fraudulent self is bared to the nation. The letter was accompanied by a tape recording—excerpted from FBI wiretaps—of several of King's extramarital liaisons. King to resign from the SCLC. A fire station was located across from the Lorraine Motel, next to the boarding house in which James Earl Ray was staying.

Police officers were stationed in the fire station to keep King under surveillance. Marrell McCollough, an undercover police officer, was the first person to administer first aid to King.

King was awarded at least fifty honorary degrees from colleges and universities. You have it all or you are not free. There are three urgent and indeed great problems that we face not only in the United States of America but all over the world today.

That is the problem of racism, the problem of poverty and the problem of war. He gazed upon the great wall of segregation and saw that the power of love could bring it down.

From the pain and exhaustion of his fight to fulfill the promises of our founding fathers for our humblest citizens, he wrung his eloquent statement of his dream for America. He made our nation stronger because he made it better. His dream sustains us yet. King and his wife were also awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in Among the planned designs are images from King's " I Have a Dream " speech and the concert by opera singer Marian Anderson.

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