Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we took a tour of Lincoln's house. Most of the furniture was original. I do not have a picture of the house on the I-pad so I can show it. It is a two story home now but when Lincoln bought it was 1 story. In the 17 years they owned a second story was added and a room in the back. From there we went to Lincoln's tomb. We took a tour of tomb building it was beautiful. Dave and I walked down a lot of stairs to the temporary tomb were Lincoln's body was laid ...
... with stories of the family history.
Our drive to Galena through the corn fields has many more hills than I expected. We went by the farm and home where Linda grew up. It is sad to see that time and a new owner have not kept the place up. Time marches on.
Galena is the neatest town ever. This the home of Ulysses S. Grant, general for the Union army in the civil war. The town and area remind you of the Gettysburg area in PA. The main ...
More later as internet connections not too good. Pictures won't upload yet so stay tuned. . .
After packing the coach Friday and Saturday, we hitched up the Escape and headed west. I have included a picture taken by my friend Jim Tschantz. I can't say I don’t do windows any more. It was an uneventful trip through Grand Rapids, past Holland and Benton Harbor into Indiana. Being Sunday, traffic was light and road construction ...
... at their theater. It seems he had gone to school in Mass and was anxious to talk to folks from the area about changes since he had been there.
He came to our RV several times during the 1st movie (it was a double feature) to offer us to move up closer and some other niceties.
At intermission, he came to talk about Mass. and we asked him if he was a manager there and he proceeds to explain to us that he is the owner of ...
... we jumped into a taxi. We headed to Millennium Park and walked around it. There was so many awesome things, especially a massive big open stage/ performing centre, water fountains and a statue of Abraham Lincoln. We then checked out Magnificent mile (a mile of shops?!) and we also checked out Water tower plaza. By about 3o'clock we were ready to head "home" (to the RV), and ...