Patchwork Quilt Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where we picked out a canoe! A red headed guy who was seriously proud of being an Air Force vet (a young vet, and a linguist) drove us down the river and let us off. It was a beautiful sail. Not hard to row (at least where I was, in the back. Sonia may have had a harder time in the front) and not too hot. We saw ducks, birds, a heron and TURTLES!!!! GOD DANGED TURTLES. They were so cute. There were lovely bridges ...
... developed, and the university American Football team is called the Fightin' Irish, and their mascot is an angry leprechaun. I just LOVE it. We went shopping for some university brand clothes, and then university urban outfitters, some university Starbucks iced peach tea lemonade and finally some university books. There were a lot of kitschy Irish kids tales and photos of Ireland and even a big ol' memory photo and story hardcover book about that time ...
... ourselves? Are the Americans keeping all the good stuff for themselves? Who knows. I got my popcorn - still haven't tasted it, because it's my train snack. I'm now just killing some time in the hostel before I check out, letting my phone charge. I like Chicago. The food is good. The people don't really rush around. You're not getting bumped and battered in the city centre. It's surprisingly quiet. I write this as an emergency vehicle whizzes past outside, but it's only ...
Hired a 7 seater Toyota from the local garage. went to the park and walked around uncle Jims neighbourhood. Went to the ihop (international house of pancakes) for lunch with all the family. I had a fried breakfast and a crepe for desert Travelled out to Shipshewana an Amish community in Indiana In the evening we went to an Australian steak house. I had a fillet steak which was ...
... rolled into the parking lot. The other RVs followed in quick succession – it was something to see these big rigs darting one after the other into the parking area and backing into the parking spaces. It looked like a sped-up video of bumper cars, except the vehicles were bus-sized.
We were so happy to have our RV working properly. Perry did a wonderful job. Now we can start our adventures!