Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Manteno
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Breakfast this morning was a rather brief affair, but then we were at the Holiday Inn Express!
We set off in record early time - 0910 - which was no bad thing, as we planned to cover 240 miles today. Having decided not to visit "Sweet home Chicago," it was a matter of finding somewhere just south of that city, and here we are in Manteno …
... 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 ...
... it is haunted. While we were there we also wanted to do some hiking. Estes Park is a beautiful place. After seeing it I thought about moving there. This place has wildlife every where from moose and bears to humming birds. If you are planning a trip this summer, go here. Book early and ask for room 217. You wont be ...
... friendly! He said how he usually flies business class and how those tickets are about 3000 dollars one way, but how we had one of the best seats in the plane after business class. So, him and I talked about everything, jobs, life, and he was traveling to Germany that day for bueiness and coming back that weekend. Our huge plane took off and we still continued to talk. After about 1 hour of being in the air they served us snacks and drinks and then after another 2 hours ...
... as well as emotionally. The jet lag coming home was certainly very bad. By 4pm we were both extremely tired and wanted to go bed. 4pm here is 1am in Kenya! So even if we forced ourselves to stay awake until even 9pm, we both had a lot of trouble staying asleep past 2am at first. We're talking about waking up at 2am with eyes WIDE open. 2am here is 11am in Kenya. Not sleepy at all even though we wanted to sleep. We'd watch recorded shows until the ...