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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I had hoped to camp at Pere Marquette State Park which is at the confluence with the Mississippi River near Grafton IL. I approached the
north entrance and was met with barricades across the road due to flooding. I decided to go around to the other end and approach from Grafton. I tried to call
first to see if the park was open but I didn’t get an answer. That should have been ...
Our morning started with Mrs O Serving our breakfasts, cereal followed with only one poached egg each on toast today. It had been raining all night with storms and was looking pretty grim outside. Andy informs me there is another spot he needs to visit, yep geo-cache #3 in Zanesville only a 5 minute walk away. Mission making our way, in the light drizzle rain and heading off in the opposite direction to the hotel. A walk with corn fields either side which, later opens out to a patch ...
... I had gone to bed, finally to crash out for 4 hours - until I woke with a banging noise this morning, knowing there was no moving from this position for quite some time. Establishing that banging was indeed in my head, supplies coming in handy. Knowing breakfast was about to close, I stealth like slid around the breakfast bar, sweeping up my supply's & cup of milk and was back in the room & inviting comfy big bed and staying until lunch time. ...
... Only about 5 minutes later we heard them coming down the corridor chatting & getting closer. We could see it all unfold from inside our room, by looking thru our door spy hole, perfect position. We were giggling silently as they approached saying "what's that paper on there" the other said "that sure wasn't there just a minute ago when I passed, where has it come from" - we were crying with laughter as they read the note out aloud, the only other comments ...
... about the different meanings of words we use, ie jam/jelly, jelly/jello, bin/trash etc which amused them no end. Aiden's bus then pulled in, and he came over to join us. At this point Sheanne came to collect her brothers. When we were introduced, she wanted to take us to meet their mum Amanda too. We are novelty around here it seems, all interested to meet Jay's family from UK. It was very hot, so we decided to walk round to the oldest soda store called 'Doc's ...