Morris Comfort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Morris Comfort Inn
Travel Blogs from Morris
... perfect for training. One of the step incline curve was very deep soft gravel and filled with unstable ruts. I was unable maintain the travel of the front tire and lost control of the bike. All went well as my riding training, safety gear and bike crash bars did their part of minimizing the injury to a couple scratches and no damage to the bike. It my sound scary but it was a amazing challenge trying to ride it out, access the situation and get the bike back up and down the road ...
... Idris is driving now. It was really nice to see him again and before we took off, we left him a circus pass for the Marseilles show. I hope he and his family are able to go…
After a quick grocery shopping excursion and a stop off at a thrift store, we drove to Washburn, IL for the night. We’re staying out side of a school bus barn and visiting three schools tomorrow. Slowly heading south now…I can’t believe the season is coming to an end!
... other activities that I am most looking forward to while visiting the island are eating some delicious food (fresh seafood!), horse back riding, going to the beach, visiting the Bacardi factory, visiting Old San Juan, in specific El Morro National Monument, and touring the Camuy River cave park.
I promise to take a lot of pictures and share them with all of you! Adios for now!
... with traffic running east. We couldn't have driven west on this part of Route 66 this year after all (as John had in 2005) and so we had started Route 66 on foot by default already. Back in the car, we were on Adams continuing west and eventually out of Chicago via Ogden, Harlem, I-55 and Joliet Road. We made a diversion north to look for Elliott Ness's house, but we couldn't find it as John hadn't had enough time to research the exact location of it. We had earlier managed to find ...
... of the land and historic references to pull us into its grasp. We will taste the flavors, experience the light and energy of this ancient location and allow it to guide words of poetry into our art. As we look and listen, roots will grow and sprout a new voice. I envision this as a matter of 'hunting' and 'gathering'. We will venture out each day and see what comes A Trip to ...