Chestnut Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... for a concert. This area, like Ohio, is striated by canals. Built before railroads, these were superhighways of their time, providing farmers and crafts folk with access to the great rivers and markets. This campground abuts the Hennepin Canal, which could give an early entrepreneur access to markets all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Illinois is far more than the cornfields you see from the highway. Next up: Iowa, the Amana colonies, perhaps, and whatever presents ...
... see all the scenery instead of having to watch where I'm going. We stopped off for a bit of a walk to see and old disused lock that was never actually completed as by the time it was built the railroad had also been built so the canal and its locks ...
... it closes. I had to stop because in 1970 my brother in law and I had helped my dad with baling hay and afterwards we went to the Zearing tavern for a beer. They didn't like the looks of us especially me because I had a long hair. After one they said we had to leave. We just had to stop and try our luck again. Not only did they serve us beer but they let our dogs in the bar ...
... army group that was one of the first users of the rough and often unimproved route. He later said that it inspired him to propose the Interstate Highway system that was one of the largest and greatest infrastructure projects ever undertaken by the government. It is the great highway and byway system that allows me to make this trip with the comforts and access ...
... looked at each other with that 'where the **** are we?' look! Good news was it was only 3pm with lots of daylight. I told Mark I was gonna tell my mom where he took me though! Turns out it's a great place to be an obviously lost tourist in Peru. After talking to a couple buses on their way by, and after I ran across the street to find a bathroom, one of the police officers came over to ask where we were headed. In the end he waved down a bus for us to get on and we were on ...