Victorian Rose Garden Bed & Breakfast

314 Washington Street, Algonquin, Illinois, 60102, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 314 Washington Street, Algonquin, is near Buffalo Park Forest Preserve.
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    Minor Technicalities

    A travel blog entry by 1staidnaccident on Jan 23, 2012

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    ... I could carry it so the dishes were done, man.

    Admittedly: Worst packing job ever, hands down. I should be embarrassed by the amount of **** I brought.


    Luckily, the night before, I did have the ability and foresight to make sure that I had all important things like passport, e-tickets, travel authorizations, visa approval letter, a couple of outdated passport photos, and a fistful of cash all squirreled away in an important place ...

    Sailing my ship

    A travel blog entry by kelsquits on Jan 08, 2012

    ... events. I won't be speaking or writing (essentially LIVING) in English.

    And to be honest, that scared me.

    But it is something that I have been wanting to do, and looking forward to doing. And it all begins tomorrow. Because when I get on that plane, there's no turning back.

    Until April, 28th anyways. But by then, I most likely won't be wanting to come back.

    Minor Differences

    A travel blog entry by btutterow on Jul 13, 2011

    4 photos

    ... almost no such thing as free water or refills! I have paid up to $4 for a simple glass of water, but I quickly learned to take my water bottle everywhere (everywhere!!) I went and fill it up in a bathroom. Rome was the only city I visited that had public water fountains. Water can even be more expensive than a Coke in some places.

  • When walking around a major city, make sure to pick your feet up or you will destroy your toes stubbing them on the cobblestones. ...

  • Chicago Style Fun at the Navy Pier

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Aug 19, 2010

    126 photos

    ... views of one of the most beautiful cities in the world today. On the Skyline Boat Tour on Lake Michigan we were able to view more of the skyline beyond the Chicago River. One of the sites I was happy to see and remembered as a child was Buckingham Fountain, officially known as the 'Clarence Buckingham Memorial Fountain' one of Chicago's most popular landmarks. The fountain is located in Grant Park at the center of a ...

    Happy Birthday to Me

    A travel blog entry by hbohannon on Aug 19, 2009

    6 photos

    Now we've all had memorable birthdays, and the ones we tend to remember are those that were unique in some way. Some of them are from childhood, and others at those landmark years, but sharing your birthday with grandchildren gives you a new vista on the concept of celebration. In addition I am now eligible for Medicare. Boy, I sure hope the government doesn't "takeover" my Medicare. :) ...