Baymont Inn & Suites Champaign / Urbana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Knowing that tomorrow is going to be the start of a crazy week for us, I am getting an early start on this entry.
Tomorrow marks the soft start to our travels to Korea. We will be up early to say our tearful byes to Emmie-dog (who will be staying with Grandpa Marty & GG for a couple of weeks before heading to Alaska with Grammma and Gramps). The airlines was not able to accommodate Emmie from Japan to Korea. I ...
Gwen turned the big 2 today!!! Big girl was spoiled by grandparents, ice cream cake and presents. Gwen decided that she is 2 now and too big for her pack and play, she has learned how to climb out! Time for a big girl bed. Emmie-dog celebrated Gwen's birthday last night by eating half a rum cake while everyone was ...
Roscoe, Gwen and Mom spent the day out and about. We had lunch and smoothies at the mall. A bit of shopping and a ride on the carousel. We picked up dinner and a couple of movies and hung out with Grandma Gail and Uncle Wes. Roscoe has been very quick to correct anyone who calls Grandma Gail just "Gail." She is "Grandma ...
When you hear the notion of leader, who typically comes to mind is someone who is in control of a group of people or possibly a company. These individuals are alleged to have the skills necessary in order to ensure that the company or group runs smoothly, utilizing their innate skills as the leader to ensure that everything runs successfully. It is thought that some people are a result it really does not have to be leaders, whereas others can ...
... cross the Wabash River into Illinois over the Red Skelton Bridge.
Once into Illinois I zigzagged up the eastern side, through many miles of corn crops, very dry and still standing, until I got to a nice RV Park well off the highway in Champaign. Minnie had truly had enough by then. I let her off the leash and she went crazy running in circles until she’d let off her pent up energy.