BEST WESTERN PLUS Lincoln Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it in as requested and fitted it straight away. We were on our way by about 10:30 Sturgis is a strange town it's whole life seems to evolve around one week of the year. Sturgis Bike Week, it's the only reason we went there and ...
Our first day on R66... the much anticipated start to this part of our journey ... This morning we woke up from our stay at Walmart and after breakfast (including strawberries, yum!) we were on our way towards Joliet, the first stop on our Route 66 adventure. We found a park and checked out the R66 Information Centre, got a map book and stocked up on all things 66,(Liam managed to find some Star Wars things to buy) before ...
... houses, silos a few horses and cows and repeat. It made for a long day. We only rode 420 km today because we are both very tired today. The thunderstorms seemed to be forming all around us, but we did not get wet. Good thing because there was practially no where to take cover. We were intially going to straight through Colorado, into Utah and down ...
... the flags on the porch, I have to admit the funniest thing is, the signs that state there is to be no on street parking if there is 2in of snowfall and snow buggies are not permitted to be used on the highway hahahahaha, I just can't imagine it covered in snow hahahaha it's has that dry temperate climate look about it, or that could just be the weather ...
... get a bit worried. It was then that we spotted a sign for "historic route 66" so decided to go for it, we'd always planned to travel along 66 for a bit so this was as good a time as any. Once we got onto Route 66 we saw exactly the sights we'd hoped for, a nice looking neighbourhood with lots of american flags flying, shut down gas stations and othe dilapidated looking buildings and businesses. This was the town of Odell, Illinois. As we left Odell, we drew paralell with the ...