AmericInn Lodge & Suites Princeton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... day out we set our sights on Tinley Park, Illinois to visit friends for the afternoon. The drive to Tinley Park was accomplished in a little over 5 hours, so we had much of the afternoon to catch up. We did pass the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Indiana. Not sure what is in there, but we only snapped a picture and continued on.
It was ...
... and found another cyclist travel blog about camping there. The officer ended up saying it was OK. I had a really grueling day of biking. It's a little hilly out here, and there's a constant east-facing headwind. Several times today, I was biking and got chased by farm dogs. No one has fences out here. Something about bikes makes dogs flip out. One in particular gave me a pretty good scare. It was enough to get off and put my bike between the two of us. ...
... went west. For most of the drive to Annawan, Illinois, we had lots of rain so we have not much to report, and probably will not for a few days. We were going to visit the Indiana Dunes State Park, just east of Gary, Indiana, but, because of the rain, bypassed the Chicago metropolitan area as much as possible.
... I have 28 U.S. states, D.C., Ontario, and Quebec.
When we pulled into the Hickory Hollow campground (just down the road from the KOA), Grandpa went into the office to check-in and was informed that there was a water main break and they had no water. So we ended up back in the same packed-tight KOA as last week, which was even more packed-tight because all ...
What I found most interesting about this Historic Landmark is that the Hegler Carus family members and their descendants actually lived in the home until 2004, when it's sole resident, 99-year old Alwin Carus, one of Hegeler's grandchildren died, leaving the mansion and the entire contents to the Hegeler Carus Foundation, with the stipulation that nothing of ...