Days Inn Bloomington West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to weather patterns in the west and northwest but the patterns are difference here with no big mountains to deflect incoming storms. Our experience in Texas taught us that it can change directions in short order so we keep a close eye on our weather apps such as Westherbug and MyRadar. We watch the satellites. And look out the window too. And look out the side view mirrors ...
Time is getting close for our travels to Italy. We are excited; our adventures will include: Rome, Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii, Florence, Tuscany, Pisa, Venice, Milan and the Italian and Swiss Alps.
Plane and train tickets have been purchased a well as tickets to several historical sights - Vatican, Academy of the Arts (David) and Uffizi Gallery.
We are looking forward to meeting up with our friends (Phyllis and Michale) from England in ...
... allow the passage of the boat.
We then realised this would be the last glimpse of the Missip that we'd been following for over a week. Now it's onto huge lakes as we go towards Chicago .
Today we caught up with an old friend I'd volunteered with in Melbourne 4 years ago. Gee it was neat to see her again.
We chatted a couple of hrs or so, then off towards the Windy City ...
... I saw his gravesite in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA, earlier this year along with 5th President James Monroe and Confederate President, Jefferson Davis. You may (or may not) recall that Tyler became President upon the death of President William Henry Harrison, some 30 days after Harrison took office.
Here are the facts of the case, and they are undisputed (A Few Good Men).
John Tyler was ...
... took the 45 minute walking tour through the house and then browsed the museum. After watching a 12 minute video on Hayes, I went on the tour. I was the only one on the tour...again, I was not unhappy. A gentleman about my age and with a similar love for history named Jim gave me the tour. Quite a fascinating home. Reminded me of the 20 minute walking tours I used to give of the Lincoln Home area in Springfield. Very well ...