Serendipity Bed and Breakfast

Address: 18863 W. Stateline Rd., Antioch, Illinois, 60002, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 18863 W. Stateline Rd., Antioch, is near Prime Outlets and The Tempel Lipizzans.
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Travel Blogs from Antioch

Packing for the Trip

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Jul 26, 2014

3 comments

... and purple socks. Oh well!

The thing is, I’ve never discovered a flawless packing scheme. I’ve tried rolling clothes (didn’t work well for me) and space-saver bags (not too bad, but I ended up repacking them a few times as well).

I’m thinking next time I might go back to the space saver bags and pack one day’s outfit in each bag. Oh, and wear everything in beige or black.

Any other ...

Begin Route 66

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 03, 2013

4 comments, 9 photos

... talking about Illinois not including the other states. We are going to need to rationalise. After a quick stock up of food and essentials at Walmart, we arrive at our first RV park. Our site is a pull through (no backing required) and we have power, water and sewerage so we don't need to use our own. The park is on a lake but next to the highway. Could be noisy but nothing I think that will bother us. Goodnight ...

If I last through the winter..

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Jan 13, 2012

3 photos


The snow doesn't give a soft
white damn whom it touches.





It began snowing yesterday at 9am. It didn't stop til well past
8pm. The snow isn't just falling, it's flying, twirling, shooting in
every direction. We're living in an infinite snow globe. It's glorious.

Due to an already irritable mood, my first day of real, almost torrential snow was ...

From the frozen tundra straight to pizza nirvana

A travel blog entry by nealinthailand on Sep 16, 2011

20 photos

... br>
as an example of this sort of behavior, i was planning on flying to anchorage from a town called soldotna which is about 90 minutes from homer. i asked the owners son if he could give me a ride a few weeks in advance and he said no problem. i asked the owner 3 separate times just to make sure and there was no problem (repetition is key since he forgets everything about 30 seconds after the conversation concludes) but of course the day before i leave ...

An Entry For The Family

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Sep 04, 2011

... back home, it's eerie. The older brother is exactly like my own (with a dash more self-assurance), as not only had he spent the afternoon trying to help me fix my laptop, in a completely helpful & unpatronising but still an 'I have just as little clue as you do but I just know how to google things & work it out for myself' kind of way, but also in that he spent the majority of the night surrounded by family, but clearly far more absorbed in what ...