Super 8 Princeton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and unique to that farm and family. Some of the farms here are over 160 years old.
Crossing into Illionois, the hay fields became corn fields for as far as you could see. I arrived in Dixon, Il home of Ronald Reagan and a wealth of history regarding him and Abe Lincoln. I had difficulty in finding a campground so continued to Amboy Ilinois and am staying at the Mendota Hills Campground. ...
... to Cabanaconde we moved to our new hostel and were able to check in right away. This was awesome because I was seriously feeling feverish and knew I just needed to lie down and have a sleep. We both ended up napping for almost 3 hours! I probably could have slept more. We found some lunch, I took some more Tylenol to kick the fever and then we headed for the canyon; if we couldn't hike it (I definitely couldn't now!) then we would at least enjoy the view from the top! And let ...
... 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 ...
... drive north for several miles along a causeway that stretches over some islands. It was very beachy feeling and beautiful.
We continued into Illinois and heading southeast toward the state park. It was a long drive through many small towns, including Dixon, whose claim to fame is that it's where Ronald Reagan was born and grew up (we got out of there fast).
In one town, we stopped at a place ...
Add Soy to the mix of Hay and Corn. In Western Iowa the farmland was hilly, where the hills were too steep (for horses?) the farmers had tiered the lands. I saw hills with four or five tiers with corn growing on it. A remnant of the past.
About half way through Iowa I ran into traffic trucks, trucks and more trucks. This continued all the way until I stopped for the night. As I am heading towards Chicago and Detroit I will have traffic until I start going North in Michigan...Oh joy!