Drury Inn Marion
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Marion
... the CR-V before getting out of the Comcast parking lot. Just one more reason to hate Comcast!
YES! Finally heading west on I-24. It took us awhile (on inclines, we were going 50 MPH!), but we made it to Whittington, Illinois, at about 10:45pm. Somehow, in the dark, we found a gorgeous, lake-view campsite at Wayne Fitzgerrell State Park.
... road trips we will ever have undertaken.
The dogs had an absolute blast and I plan to devote an entire post just to them in the near future. They got to cross international borders and explore the wilds of Canada and Alaska, made a whole lot of new dog friends (Moka was the favorite), growled at bison, bears, and elk (and deer, cattle, horses, sheep, and a creepy guy). They crossed scary bridges, swam in lakes, camped in a ...
Ron Kelly rejoins the team in a few minutes, this time for a week of riding. He's a great bloke and I'm looking forward to him coming back. Mind you, he's returning to a load of short sharp hills. The following day Andrea Hodge returms. She's been briefly back in Australia sorting out some business stuff. She's in for some riding challenges too!
A few more notes: I've ...
So Tyler is still challenged in the area of map studies. He opens it, covers himself in it and can't fold it! Aren't they teaching this in second grade? C'mon common core. So I used Pinterest to inspire some travel games & ideas. If the kids are being "good" their name clips remain on the visor. If there is whining, complaining or fighting their names come down. Every hour on the hour the r2d2 cooler ...
... snuggling with two very comfortable dogs. Flambeau jumped right in stretching out on the soft silky sleeping bag, while Klaas took on the
role of tent guard. Apart from some growling at rabbits/raccoons/deer around
midnight and occasional snapping at lightning bugs, it went well. Our first real camping stop – Colorado. If only there weren't a freezing torrential rain forecast
over the ...