Arbor Hill Inn

Address: 263 W Johnson Rd, LaPorte, Indiana, 46350, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 263 W Johnson Rd, LaPorte.
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    Pittsburgh and Driving through the Midwest :-)

    A travel blog entry by alizaf on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... Pittsburgh - $3.75 -       Fremont, OH – Shell - $3.43 Congressional Districts -       MD – 8 (Potomac and parts of Frederick, MD) – Aliza’s home -       MD – 6 (Bethesda through Washington County, MD) – Alex’s home -       PA – 9 -       PA – 12 ...

    A New Home

    A travel blog entry by ptkeil on May 21, 2013

    For those of you who may not know, I have been slighted by TA and am done with them and their shena****ns, but all the better. Sometimes change opens new doors and opportunities.

    I went back to a website I visited periodically quite a time back but never really frequented lately (due to being primarily on TA for over a decade), and found they have made some incredible gains, including but not limited to a Trip Planner feature, notifications when ...

    Heston Steam Museum

    A travel blog entry by gsee on Sep 16, 2011

    5 photos

    This eclectic museum in the middle of nowhere near South Bend, Indiana focuses on steam powered machines but also includes rail tracks and equipment for a variety of small gauges from 7.5 inch up to 24 inch. Steam powered machines include ...

    Poor Maligned Gary

    A travel blog entry by erikkathyhansen on Jun 14, 2010

    1 photo

    ... and turning on the air conditioner, the smell did not go away. After stopping at a rest stop, we noticed a drip under the car so we had to go to a Subaru dealer. They determined it was a minor issue, so back on the road following a small tweak. We have been abusing the car for some time now and feel kind of bad for blaming cities like Gary.

    Independence Day- going home :(

    A travel blog entry by jenfifi on Jul 04, 2006

    Last day in Chicago we slept in a bit and checked out at noon. We headed over to the Taste of Chicago in Grant Park and ate a bunch: deep dish pizza, saganaki, toasted raviolis, lamb biryani, italian sausage, and cajun alligator. We decide this Taste is not as good as the Taste of Buffalo at home and is much more expensive (although it is the larges it has about 60 food tands, not much more than Buffalo- but it does last 10 days). Tickets ...