Best Western Plus East Peoria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
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We are still here in Carlock. We drove around the area this morning. The fall folliage is still beautiful. We drove northwest and it is rolling hills and so pretty. We drove to Mennonite country, but didn't find produce stands like we did in Amish country. We ...
It was sprinkling this morning, but we decided to drive down to Amish Country in Arthur and Arcola, Illinois. Found out that the man who developed The Raggedy Ann and Andy Dolls was from Arcola. It also is the corn broom capital of the US. We found the Amish community and was just amazed at all the buggy traffic in the area. Saw an Amish school with all the beautiful little children. ...
... makes you realize how God has blessed our nation with such abundance and it brings to mind Paul Harvey's poem "So God Made the Farmer". Such a beautiful and accurate and loving poem. We will stay here at least 2 days. The farmers are really busy combining the ...
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Tornadoes - blessings for me and mine. They went right around where I live. We only had the high temperatures, strong winds and dark clouds moving around us. Washington was hit really hard, just 20 miles from where I live. I have dear friends who live there and they are fine and still have their home. A week later I drove on the outskirts of Washington heading for Peoria and the fields looked like ...
... zone. After a few minutes we gave up and got on a bus. I hadn't been on a Beijing bus before, so I was excited to see how it worked. The fare was 1 kuai ($0.15) for us, but the locals pay 0.4 kuai ($0.06) per ride with a bus card. It wasn't very crowded by China standards, but it was standing-room-only. Quite a few stops down the road a TON of people got on and my opinion about the comfort of the busses was forever changed. We rode a few stops packed in like ...