Americas Best Value Inn - Decatur
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... Ramblers Texaco, Dwight, next to Old Route 66 Family Restaurant), restaurants and museums, the best being in the gorgeous town on Pontiac. This town didnt even have R66 originally run through it, but they town has embraced the excitement of the old road, provides the museum free of charge and around the lovely town centre they have R66 murals and artifacts for all to enjoy. We had a great time looking around the ...
... 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
... to leave, but not before the option of buying some items from their shop in the kitchen - bread, salad dressings, coffee mugs etc. We said a big thankyou to our hosts and headed back towards Arcola. On the previous day Joe had noticed an outlet shopping mall not 10 miles from where we were staying so we made a bee-line for there. We arrived about 3:30pm and were pushed out the door of the last shop after 9pm!!! I bought quite a few things, Joe ...
Happy birthday to my love and my favorite clown, John! We celebrated after the show with wine, junk food, and four episodes of "Girls". A very lovely day which would have only been lovelier if we could have spent it with friends and family back home. But everyone sent John wonderful birthday greetings throughout the entire day, so I know we weren't far from people's thoughts. :)
We were met by Stella an expert on the Amish this morning for a tour around the Amish country. She explained the Amish way of life and pointed out many of their homes.
First stop was Millers Dry Goods....an Amish store that sells all sorts of fabrics, nic nacs and haberdashery. Lucky us.....they were having a sale!!!! Fabrics ranged fro $3-$8 yard. I didn't buy much there. ...