Campbell House Bed and Breakfast
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... was standing around with their cameras on tripods! Ah well, we got some pictures and our feet hurt so we just kept meandering back to the van.
We drove out of Chicago to find a reasonably priced hotel for the night. We decided on a Comfort Inn in Arlington Heights that had an ad in the travel plaza coupon book. Again, a good price and we were glad to be off the road for a bit of a rest.
Our total mileage for Saturday was 513.7 miles!
... plane came down at a 40 degree angle nearly upside down and exploded on impact. As a result of the visit, we better appreciated the heroism and bravery of the passengers and crew who selflessly gave their lives to thwart the terrorists' intentions. We were deeply moved by the pictures displayed of the crew and passengers; the marble wall with the names of all ...
When we had told Bill and Nancy Ross at the B&B that we were going to Ligonier, Bill told us about a pair of George Washington's saddle pistols on display at the Fort Ligonier museum. They were purchased at Christie's auction by the Ric*********** foundation for $1,986,000.
After Washington's defeat at Fort Necessity, the British set up a chain of forts as a supply line to reach and defeat the French at ...
The view at the dam was pretty, and we finally saw some mountain laurel, although we couldn't get close due to the pond in our way. Bonnie, close ups of these beautiful flowers later! After a late very light lunch at the park concession stand, we headed toward Ligonier, seeing the long horn steers with really interesting coloring and spots.
Isaac Newton Hagan, an ice cream magnate, was friends with the Kaufmann's and had been to Fallingwater many times. In love with the place, the Hagens contacted Frank Lloyd Wright and asked him to design a house for them. Wright was 86 at the time and after interviewing them, agreed to do it. They named the place Kentuck Knob. I like it the best of all the ...