We enjoy seeing the campuses of colleges and universities as we travel. Here is a small university that has taken the name of its town.We attach 3 photos of campus buildings. CLICK THE PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND TO SEE THEM ALL.In the 2009 Division 2 national championship game, it was Findlay vs. Cal-Pomona. With time runningk out in overtime, Tyler...more
Very nice hotel. Our room was wonderful! We used the fold out couch-bed, which was a great addition....more
2000 Tiffin Avenue, Findlay, Ohio, 45839, United States
Good for: Business
903 Interstate Dr, Findlay, Ohio, 45840, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Families
I have traveled all over the world and the best food I have ate is in this small little town in Finlay Ohio. The chef really knows how to make your mouth water and wanting to return. SO yes I will some how return on my next travels, even if it is out of the way. I had a little of everything. It all had it's very own flavours. I loved it allmore
Its a great club lot off pool tables at least 6.I used to do tournaments there for the APA. Being an intangible asset with the APA since 1994. What you didn'y know is how scoresheets were altered by adding innings adding names for people that didn't even play.As long as pay you get to play.FREE POOL LESSONS #1 Never turn in your orginal scoresheet...more
George House is the BEST coffee house in town ... not to mention the only one :O) George House has a large food menu (hot and cold), coffees, teas and other specialty drinks. There are tons of books to browse through, board games to play and semi-private areas for chatting with friends. George House also has proven to be a great meeting place...more
Miss Cues combines a pool hall, full service bar, darts, ski-ball and multiple video games. There is ample seating and parking. Watch out though ... on the weekends there can be a 30 minute wait for a pool table.Tables are rented by the hour (8-9 per hour) or 75 cents to the game. Full size billiards along with shorter tables are available. Any...more
We had been searching for many miles for a Jiffy Lube to get an oil change on our trip. No Jiffy Lubes to be found on our route. But we found this "Oilers" franchise in Findlay one evening after they had closed. So we were staying in town that night anyway, and figured we would get the oil change the next morning. We drove up to the building...more
I-75 is the easiest access from the North and South. This will place you on the western edge of town where most (not all) fast food and hotels are located.SR 12, 23, 68 and 224 also provide access from the east and west. Please check a map as all of these come in at various angles.The best way to get around town is to stick to the main drags.~Main...more
I love to find treasures int he thrift stores. They are so fun to explore. There is a Salvation Army Thrift Store on the main street.
The sailboat is showing an illustration by Eugeni Michalovich book "The Fox & The Wolf"
The people here are very friendly. If ytou smile, most will smile back!
The picture you see is by David Wisniewski book "Lion King of Mali"
Just like anywhere you go. Same precautions night and day.
The picture you see is by Lynne Cherry book
"The Great Kapok Tree"
I didn't see or hear of anything that can get cha!
The picture you see is by Edward McCandlish book "Robin Hood"
We started out int he morning in sweaters and by noon we were wearing our t-shirts and jeans.
Miscellaneous: The picture you see is by Theodor Geisel Dr. Seuss book "Cat In The Hat" One of my favorites.
Just over the tracks on S.R. 18 is a Remote Contol club that gets most of it's traffic when the wind is low, and the weather is warm, stop and see them anytime. It's great fun watching anything from 42% scale models taking off to the flying lawnmower!! Hang out with them for a while and they may give you the controls for a demo fly!Check out the...more
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Skateboard Park is in the state park of Finlay.
Group picture of all of us. Kyle, Renee, Karen and Trenton.
The art work is all different. So many styles to see.
Fondest memory: I love this picture by Paul Morin. The book is called "Animal Dreaming"