Country Inn & Suites Galena
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Travel Blogs from Galena
... river. Lovely rolling hills very much like at home. Still lots of corn which I've since found out is being produced for biofuel. We ended up at friends of Pete and Dens - Shiv and Shobi. They met each other on a cruise in Egypt 3 years ago. They are lovely people who live at Dubuque and it was great of them to put the 6 of us up for the night. Another late night - after going out for dinner to The Chophouse we hit the sack at 1 ...
... Even the houses in suburban areas have no fences...just open areas. But houses are so close to one another... With no backyard to speak of. Shobi and Siv were lovely people ...they put us all up overnight. We had a few drinks and then headed off to a restaurant in town. Everyone had a nice meal ..although they neglected to put my fish order in...so when everyone finished I got my meal ..but it was not fully cooked. A ...
... who opened it early and had cookies and bottles of water for everyone who came by for a clown show. They had contacted all of the babysitters and daycares in the area and by the time we were ready to get started, there were over 23 kids there! John entertained, handed out balloons (helium ones that the restaurant also provided), cookies, and bottles of water, and after everyone went back to daycare, they treated us to lunch!
... of the conference was "Connected with Christ and His Mission". Two hundred delegates from fourteen Spanish speaking countries were present and we thoroughly enjoyed getting to know new people, catching up with old friends, and "pushing" the Emmaus courses. The conference was truly set up with the idea of connecting and networking God's people together as we had long meal breaks and an hour each way ride in buses to our hotel. ...
Dickeyville is a town in south-eastern Wisconsin, not far from the Mississippi River. Elenka, our amiga Lynn from Owen Sound, and I were driving through the town, perhaps named in honour of the Toronto Blue Jays less than stellar knuckle baller, R.A. Dickey. It was late afternoon and we were on our way to Chicago when I saw the circa 1950s, Bates-like motel. We just had to pull in.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking