Comfort Suites Peoria Sports Complex
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Art Show. Lots of good quality wares and a few outstanding booths. Florence found a really unique piece of art that will hang in her bedroom; I got lucky and didn't find anything I needed. Well, that's not entirely true. I found more of the wonderful balsamic vinegars at the same purveyor that we'd visited last year. This year, that day only, both the vinegars and the oils were on sale. Hot damn!
This morning, I ...
... But I will be back next year!
August 27th-Tuesday- I am off for Midvale Utah today. Should be 8-10 hours depending on how many stops I make. And I made plenty - tried to nap but it did not happen. I arrived about 7:30 pm so it was a 12 hour day, but a pretty drive. I was earlier than John expected and wanted to go eat but had to wait till Shannon brought his washed clothes! Finally out and so late we just had Taco Bell. Watched a movie and ...
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Our trip to Four Corners went pretty much as we expected. A 40-mile diversion from our direct route to Shiprock, the Corners have been turned into a tourist trap, run by the Navajo tribe. It costs $3 to go stand on the Corners marker, where your companion takes a photo of you in a silly pose (attached photo will illustrate). The Corners ...