The Chateau Hotel and Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chateau Hotel and Conference Center Bloomington
Inexpensive but quite pleasant and the interior and exterior theme is interesting.
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... s ABSOLUTE favorite- chocolate marshmallow ripple! We ate too much but not all of it, (really, not all of it). A quick trip into the visitor center and off we go! Well with a few more stops... a big sailboat marina, one of the Mississippi River locks, a fantastic Buena Vista photo opportunity, the Nelson Creamery where we bought some cheese curds, (they squeak on our teeth) and dinner in Trempealeau. Not a lot according to a map, but a lot for trip ...
... days, and then daily wear disposable contacts to wear after that so I don't keep re-infecting my eye. I was really relieved that it all got worked out before I left, and that my doctor was so helpful. Crisis averted, it was time to focus on finishing up packing. I'm mostly packed. I decided to check my bag rather than try to carry it on and have to gate check it multiple times. That required ...
... countries other than the US also want to bite you and give you diseases.
- Doctors are convinced that as soon as you are more than 1 hour's travel from a hospital, you're going to get a lethal virus. Or bacterial infection. Possibly both.
- It's still pretty much a good idea to let them poke you with needles and give you pills.
- Some immunizations you don't actually need, but ...
... up and mile back that the exhibits are spread over. My final destination for the day was Bloomington where I left the route on Friday. I ate at the Lucca Grill which was founded in 1936 by the Baldini brothers who named it after their home town in Italy. I had fried ravioli followed by the A La Baldini pizza which has sausage, pepperoni, ham, onions, mushroom, green peppers and pepperoncini on a very thin crust - it was fantastic. Temperature today peaked at ...
... and has a walking/running/riding trail meandering through it, along with a lot of very fat squirrels. Very beautiful. The gates are former White House gates and you can tell.
The property was originally purchased by Hayes' Uncle, Sardis Birchard in 1846. Sardis named it Spiegel Grove because of the reflecting pools which collected on the property after a rain. The German word for mirror is "spiegel." The Hayes family ...