Fairfield Inn & Suites Peru
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... t be able to convince me to get in that airplane again! I ended up feeling pretty sick for some time after the flight. After waiting around in the terminal because I was too worried to take a car back to town, we did eventually make our way back to Nazca. We booked our next night bus and checked our big packs and then found a cute little terrace restaurant with wifi where we basically just hung out for a few hours. At some point we did venture out to see the rest of ...
... which has the original red brick used in the road. They have been salvaged and relaid just outside the town on a less frequently used country road.
From there it was back on the old Route 66 until wes saw a sign for a covered bridge. I thought he had seen enough of these. This one is quite small and no longer in use but in a pretty setting. Two ladies were checking it out for a family portrait.
In to Springfield to the Cosy Dog Diner ...
... went away with news about the circus and that’s what we’re here to do.
Because we missed Peru, IL so much (if you’ve already forgotten, we spent a week in Peru when we blew our transmission a couple of weeks ago), we went back there after Marseilles to get an oil change at Fulmer’s Service Station (the same place that replaced our transmission). Our mechanic, T.J., was there and we talked to him for a while about circus life and how ...
... part of the day...he's the nicest cat in the world, but when you need to get him into his carrier, he turns into a bloodthirsty hellion.
We'll keep everyone updated through here and on Facebook. Thanks for the notes, phone calls, and texts of encouragement...I realize this is a common thing to happen on the road, but it's never happened to us, so it was pretty intimidating to face (especially in record-breaking heat). But we're past the ...
... br> I know what you're thinking: "Well if it's so cold, then why are you going there?" I'd like to say that when I got the offer the second time I boldly rose from my chair with a steely thousand yard stare and exclaimed "My adventure awaits!" ...but I didn't. I came up with a million reasons why I shouldn't go:
1. It's cold.
2. I won't be anywhere near most of the sights I want to see, thus travel will be more arduous.
3. It's ...