Morris Comfort Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Here we are at our first stop....another driveway. The route to our destination took us by my sister's house. This allowed us to break up the trip into two relatively short drives.
This first leg of our journey is pretty routine for us having driven it many times in the past. Thus there isn't much to write about.
Now time to put down the device and enjoy the ...
... with the shoot-out in slow motion with the pram being left to roll all the way to the bottom.
We had until 3pm on the meter to see what we had planned to see and it looked like that was going to be time enough. In the Blackstone Hotel ('baseball bat in the head scene at the big dinner') we were taken to the ballroom and then to a surprise viewing of the actual barber shop (which was not used in the film) where Al Capone got his hair cut. There was previously a secret ...
... places like this one. It was a good chance to fall in love with nature again and why not contemplate too.
On my Fifth day I pay for a tour to Kruger's national Park, which to me was the best experience of all having 2 hectares of nothing but natural beauty while riding in a safari i saw a huge variety of animals from the typical lion to rhinos this place had it all it seem as if natural life never ends there. ...
... this one; it is so magical how could it possibly be real? I am really teaching in Durfort, France next year, at La Cascade - in a private home, the spot where Lynn Perella and Susan Leonard-Kazmer (plus many others) return over and over. Yes, it is that cool. Suffice to say, this is a dream come true for me and I want you to come along.Durfort is a small town southeast from Toulouse; ...
Got up at 4 am this morning and packed my gear. Left the house around 9:30 (slow packer - stowing my gear was the fun part thats what I get for procrastinating). No excitement along the roads just a regular Sunday drive. At the border there were three cars in front of me and the Customs Officer was pleasant so I couldn't ask for more.
The speed limit until I got to Illinois was 70 mph, the bike wanted to do 80!! and it did when I was not looking ...