Chestnut Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that pop up while you're traveling! They certainly don't all need antibiotics. In the end I slept well and woke up the next morning fever free and feeling relatively well. Not perfect, but just good enough! Which was a good thing because we had a long travel day ahead of us. Our next destination was Puno the town on the Peruvian side of Lake Titicaca. We had planned to take the local transit but to Chivay and then get on an expensive tourist bus to Puno. It's all a ...
... had a short run into Iowa which with its tidy farms, manicured farms and gently rolling hills looked like PEI writ large. Had a true prairie thunderstorm last night (Tuesday) with great streaks of lightening, booming thunder and pelting rain. There are still some thunder rumblings as I write this on Wednesday morning. We expect to travel to about Ft. Wayne, Indiana today and to make Streetsboro on ...
Originally, I planned on riding 40 something miles. When I reached the halfway, I looked at my camping possibilities. There wasn't anything free for 80 miles, but I was feeling pretty good. I called the Henry police and asked them if I could camp in the park. The officer seemed really confused by this, like he'd never received a call from a cyclist before. The map I have specifically says to check with police first and provides a phone number. I googled it ...
... went west. For most of the drive to Annawan, Illinois, we had lots of rain so we have not much to report, and probably will not for a few days. We were going to visit the Indiana Dunes State Park, just east of Gary, Indiana, but, because of the rain, bypassed the Chicago metropolitan area as much as possible.
The last two and one half hours of our trip was the closest to silence we discovered the entire vacation. The night was no longer young and our eyelids heavy when nearing Bureau County. As we slowed for the approaching intersection of Route 40 and Highway 92 a field east of the road had been overtaken by a couple dozen deer. Lorraine’s headlights shone perfectly on their large brown bodies approaching the ditch. My ...