Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Granite City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and that a game can involve hundreds of runs and take many hours. Surprising to see that a small town in Missouri has taken up cricket but it is doing quite well.
The old part of St. Charles is a beautiful historic district and the town was the first State Capital of MO. The old brick buildings now house restaurants, galleries, and fine shops. It was a very hot day and even a mile ...
... someone punched out the lock on the side door of my RV and stole
my laptop. The Center had video recording
the thief arrive at the parking lot at 1:48 and was leaving at 1:51pm in a
black Dodge Charger. The video showed
a portion of the license plate but the plates were determined to be dealer or
stolen and had portions blacked over.
Not much chance I’ll see my laptop and I was left with a damaged door
Greetings from Granite City! First, here are the numbers:
Total Miles since NYC = 1071
Miles since the last Blog on 1 APR 2013 = 114.43.
I finished the Pittsburgh Half Marathon with a time of 2:09:27 and was quite happy with the result. It's now three days later and I don’t feel sore anymore. I was able to run yesterday.
I’m virtually at Granite City, Illinois. I’m on the banks of the Mississippi and the next run ...
Passing places like Coon Creek and Humansville, we journeyed toward our most westward destination, Kansas City. KC is both the population center of the United States and the geographic center of the mainland US. The terrain is dry, flat, and sparse with trees. In mid-October, the leaves are not colorful, but drying up and falling. This is prairie land with cattle. Nearing Kansas City, there's a huge Mormon Temple with a statue of Moroni ...
... lessons learned on this long vacation...
*We liked the Northwest and the cooler weather there ~ Alaska is on our bucket list
*On future cruises we will look for larger ships with more activities and/or cruises with less sea days and more port days
*I overpacked. Again. :-( I'm trying to learn....really...
*Traveling with the in-laws actually went quite smooth. They did their thing, we did ours. ...