Days Inn Oglesby/Starved Rock

Address: 120 North Lewis Ave, Oglesby, Illinois, 61348, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 120 North Lewis Ave, Oglesby, is near Starved Rock State Park, August Hill Winery, and August Hill Winery Tasting Room.
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    Travel Blogs from Oglesby

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    A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 06, 2014

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    ... valley it was very well known a ticket would be necessary and there were official booths to buy it from. Apparently the ticket here used to be 35 soles until last year when they doubled the price! I don't mind paying for something that is supposed to enhance the tourist industry here and help support the community. But I do like to know about it and they need to have another option as in the sacred valley! Okay, rant over. We had to wake up ridiculously early to catch the ...

    Route 66

    A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 23, 2014

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    ... board.

    Headed towards the historic Route 66 which is made fairly easy to follow with signs. On the way, I asked Wes to stop so I could take a photo of the Halloween pumpkins in the field at Eckert's Orchard. We were on a small country road but at that time it was probably the busiest one about. A bus load of kindergarten children were coming for a visit and their mums were coming to watch but they all arrived by their own cars. The orchard has ...

    Friendliest little town in Illinois...

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... transmission, people?! Haha…

    After that, Mark took us back to his school where J.P. did an assembly for the aforementioned 4th-6th graders. One of the students has partial hearing loss, so J.P. had an interpreter behind him for his show. She did an amazing job keeping up with the clown and when he got to the part where he tells the kids about Lamount, our fire-breather, J.P. stepped back and told the interpreter that he wanted to see how she ...

    The World's Largest Selection of Mascot Costumes

    A travel blog entry by tinabacasgibson on Aug 29, 2013

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    ... once we left the very flat terrain, all the roads in Eastern Iowa are pretty scenic, whether they are marked as such or not.

    We stopped in some antique malls and bought a few things (a $7 lamp!), and pulled off at a "scenic view" that showed us a stunning Mississippi river. We stopped in Dubuque at Uncle Timmy's Sandwich Factory for chili dogs and started south so we could cross the river at a place where ...

    Harbin Bound (Winter is coming...)

    A travel blog entry by mikeaye on Jul 31, 2012

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    ... in China can claim. It is also known for the coldest winters China has to offer. Harbin gets its nickname "The Ice City" because it experiences seven months of Siberian winter every year. On the plus side, there is an amazing ice festival held at the city's center. It's the kind of big deal attraction that comes up as soon as you Google the city's name...well that and a picture of Jon Snow atop the wall, defending the Seven Kingdoms from the ...