Drury Inn & Suites Champaign
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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You know you’re getting closer to home when you end up with a 25 hour day. The clock switched back and forth a few times as I was travelling through Indiana but it was sure of itself when I got to Illinois.
I left Bardstown early, anxious to get on my way before the traffic built up; had not realized it was a long-weekend until I arrived in Kentucky. Took a quick look at Bardstown and ...
We had a great time in Champaign. I got to play pickleball twice and really enjoyed getting back on the court. I do miss playing! Our campground was very nice and the owners are very helpful. The campground is surrounded by cornfields with a small lake in the middle. I did fish one day but caught ZERO:((
The University of Illinois is located in Champaign. It is a very nice campus and the grass and plants were so green. ...
... business. It was very interesting to see and hear how our friends started the business. I know it would be a great place to work!
I have also been able to play some pickleball. I was having withdrawals and the people here are great in welcoming new players. You always meet the nicest people playing pickleball.
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... on the way in. Luckily, the road my hotel was on, Grand Avenue, runs all the way to downtown. Once I got close I turned to the south and crossed Washington, Madison, Monroe and Adams to get to Jackson Boulevard where 66 ends and was its original start point before it was turned into a one way street. I followed Jackson to Lake Shore Drive before executing a nifty loop around Van Buren and Roosevelt before heading for the modern day ...