Chestnut Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and unique to that farm and family. Some of the farms here are over 160 years old.
Crossing into Illionois, the hay fields became corn fields for as far as you could see. I arrived in Dixon, Il home of Ronald Reagan and a wealth of history regarding him and Abe Lincoln. I had difficulty in finding a campground so continued to Amboy Ilinois and am staying at the Mendota Hills Campground. ...
... They are enormous birds and they look very elegant in the sky. I had to look it up on the internet but apparently in the early morning hours they are seen here because they ride the warm air currents and scope out the valley below. They then spend most of the day hunting before returning on the wind to settle in for the night. They are a large part of not only the Peruvian culture but many countries in South America. When we were on our tour of Cotopaxi in Equador ...
... there. More great catching up! On Labour Day we headed for the border on the start of our return trip. Made it just past Bemidji to Walker, Minnesota, on Tuesday we made it as far as Winona, Minn., and then last night we arrived in Geneseo, Illinois. We have been following the Mississippi south and it has been a gorgeous drive. Amazing bluffs along the river and little towns tucked into narrow river ...
... we could have stayed another day to visit with them a bit more. Left on Friday morning, driving in a window of good weather to get home before it rained. Found a great gas station (how exciting, eh?) for a stress- free fill-up on I-80. It's the little things.... Did some planning for a trip to FL over the winter months. Good experience all in all. We're off and rolling ...
Up to date information on how to get to the Colca Canyon was
pretty hard to come by so we decided to head down to the bus terminal with our
bags and jump on the next available public bus.
There are 2 terminals in Arequipa, next door to each other and we had to
walk across the road to the other terminal to catch our bus. There are 3 companies that run to Chivay, the
biggest town in the Canyon, but not all buses ...