AmericInn Lodge & Suites Oswego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... on yelp and
while it seemed like an interesting place to go because of the atmosphere, the
food didn’t get the best reviews saying that it was merely average. In my mind
I thought it might be overrated and not worth the extra miles we would put on
the RV (that we would have to pay for) and it looked like we had to take it on
a country road and wasn’t sure we should risk that again. I mean we were really
lucky in Arizona. So we skipped ...
... and awareness about my own country. After travelling, the UK also feels like my home so I've been really trying to keep up with news from the UK and the policies that they're making which, in turn, kind of changes how you think about your own country and things that are great about the US and not so great.
Writing this blog entry, I think I'm having the same problem I run into when people ask me about my trip: ...
... t be able to afford it! And it will be nice to see the kids and catch up with my life. My favorite ports were probably New Zealand. It really surprised me with its beauty. So green and lush, like the Lakes District, England. The fiords so like Norway. My least favorite spot American Samoa, but it was probably tied with Alotau, New Guinea . Both places were extremely hot and there was really nothing to do ...
... security. Not much of a walk to the gate. Our flight made a stop in Atlanta, and then onwards to Huntsville. The airport in Huntsville is actually pretty fabulous. I believe they re-modeled the entire thing not too long ago, or at least part of it. It's very open, light, spacious, and the architecture is nice. Curbside to gate is a breeze. There are only 10 or so gates. There is a market/deli once you pass through security. If you want to sit and eat, try the grill just before security. ...
Today at 10:17 am (or sometime thereafter!) we left for a one-thousand-nine-hundred-eleven mile trip to Fort Myers Beach, Florida, on BICYCLES, not to be confused with bikes! We road 3 blocks and realized that some thing was missing; Devon went back, I waited. We soon headed down the road, 4 miles to the group home where Devon's mom lives to say goodbye. We rode the streets of South Elgin to the trail along the Fox River toward ...