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... but there also wasn't an option for not trekking and it is not advertised anywhere! Even in our guidebooks! We only came to the canyon to see the condors and probably wouldn't have made this detour had we known about the boleta. Not much we could do about it now though and we just had to suck it up and pay. But not before doing some online research to ensure we weren't being cheated. It's a bit shady the way these random people follow you demanding you buy the ticket. In ...
... boats. Last night, as we checked in, the villas received a phone call asking about the shuttle. They usually only run it on the weekends but went down to pick up the people anyway. There were 6 of them and they were eating and drinking at the winery while we had dinner and talking about their boats and the size of them. One was 17.5 feet wide. We saw them leaving the marina. How the other half live! They were not small boats and looked to have all the ...
... day out we set our sights on Tinley Park, Illinois to visit friends for the afternoon. The drive to Tinley Park was accomplished in a little over 5 hours, so we had much of the afternoon to catch up. We did pass the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Indiana. Not sure what is in there, but we only snapped a picture and continued on.
It was ...
... br> The day was both relaxing and interesting. The crew on the canal boat wore period clothes and the tour guide, Mary Todd Lincoln, was had a vast knowledge of the history of the canal. She said her husband, Abe, was very instrumental in getting the canal dug, for the growth of commerce in the state of Illinois. What a guy!
Anyway, so here it is, Saturday, and I'm not ...
... We drove off to the Brickyard Mall where we arranged for wireless/cell phone service thru T-Mobile and picked up groceries at Jewel Osco (weird name, but just like a Costco). You would NOT believe the booze prices. A 60-pounder of Smirnoff was $17.99 (read that Aiden). We popped into Starbucks, had our coffees and figured out how far we should drive on day one. We went with a sound plan of a short distance and have arrived at ...