Americas Best Value Inn - Decatur
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... a tiny bar for a quick drink and got chatting to some locals, well not from the town but from the state. We got chatting and were given a list of things to do if we were to stay more than one night. Had the hotel been ...
... everything looked fine so we set out in search of lunch.
We found the Farmhouse Family Restaurant just up the road, so we decided to try a bit of local flavor and headed inside. Their buffet looked questionable (and was heavy on pork) so we ordered sandwiches off the menu. We were in Horseshoe country, so I got a turkey pony shoe (half-order). Sharan got a chicken sandwich, then decided he ...
... at the war museum (very humbling) and at the top floor which housed an art gallery of R66 photos. At the museum today, the mayor of Pontiac made a special effort to introduce himself to Liam and ask him all about where he was from and what plans he had to see USA. Liam was great telling him all about what we were doing. The towns of Bloomington and Normal used to be seperate but as they both grew they amalgamated to form ...
... The skies were so overcast I thought we might be in for another storm, but no just a few sprinkles.
Maybe it's smog, with loads of industrial smoke polluting the air.
The hotel has been refurbished lately, but the area is sad, so I hope there's a public transport system reasonably close to go exploring, as I know Paul won't drive into the city!
I'll let you know tomorrow
... his married daughter lives in. He explained that he used to have a dairy farm with about 50 cows (that took his wife and daughters approx. 45mins to hand-milk) while he tended to daily farm work. After the cows they changed to corn and alfalfa farming. The farm now lays dormant as his son-in-law works at the furniture factory, with a small portion used for the horses that are bred. When we entered the barn all the stalls were filled with Shetland ...