Arbor Hill Inn

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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    Travel Blogs from LaPorte

    Wild, Wild, Walmart

    A travel blog entry by nightbird1213 on Oct 01, 2013

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    ... in the middle of the line. You BEST believe that that was awkward when time came for him to put his chair away. You could tell he was afraid his own sloth might potentially hurt his spot in line. He kept one foot in line and just sort of scooched the chair with the other. Multiple times.

    That's all I really got for Gary.


    Heston Steam Museum

    A travel blog entry by gsee on Sep 16, 2011

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    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 ...

    Sand, 'sea' and sunsets...

    A travel blog entry by malbet on Oct 08, 2010

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    ... winter. In a way I’m glad we will be in Chicago, which will be a separate blog entry coming later. Anyway I digress; the ‘climb’ over the dunes to reach the shoreline was literally ‘breath taking’ certainly after sitting in Bree for nearly 3 solid days! As we scaled Mt. Tom at 192’ the highest mountain/dune on the south shore we puffed a bit, but the reward was ...

    Day one

    A travel blog entry by trampa on Oct 30, 2007

    ... all the way back to my camp and get everything packed and then go all the way to the south side of town only to be told by popo that I couldnt hitch hike today or tomorrow cuz they wre afreid that some crazy person might pick me up and offer me as a sacrifice to the devil. I mean was he for real? Who knows.....I figured that the best thing to do would be to just let ...

    Getting to Chicago

    A travel blog entry by jenfifi on Jul 01, 2006

    ... bar isn't serving food but they direct us to The Capital Grill right next door, where we have a very expensive impromptu steak dinner! The steaks are great and we have a bottle of red wine as well, but we are almost the last table and have to chug the wine and run out! We head back to the piano bar for some fun... This place was great, the piano player was terrific and the crowd was a lot of fun. Here we met a strange man who kept telling ...