Fairfield Inn & Suites Peru

Address: 4385 Venture Drive, Peru, Illinois, 61354, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 4385 Venture Drive, Peru.
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Travel Blogs from Peru

Elena's RV Blog Continues

A travel blog entry by miaandpappy4 on Jul 12, 2015

1 comment, 35 photos

Rend Lake State Park in Southern Illinois is a beautiful park. We camped with for two nights with a view of the lake out our back window. We had hoped to enjoy the biking trails, however the weather did not cooperate and it rained most of our visit. Thus, Elena had some quality time to work on her quilt. She is quite pleased and proud of it and has set her own goal of finishing the squares by the time we leave Sturgeon Bay. We just left Hickory Hill campground in ...

Day Tripping in Illinois

A travel blog entry by suzyaplus on Jul 02, 2015

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We had a great day! We drove up to Mendota to see a steam
locomotive. It was displayed well and we got a picture to add to the train
album. From there we went to La Salle and had lunch. We had hoped to ride a
barge that was supposed be pulled by mules along the I and M canal; however;
there was so much flooding of the Illinois river that ...

Rest? awhile

A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 27, 2015

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... and Mississippi Canal
(Hennepin Canal Trail). There is about
100 miles of old towpath trail that has been turned into a bike/walking trail
along the canal. A great idea for making
the old canal accessible. It was built
in the 1800’s to connect the Illinois River with the Mississippi across
northern Illinois but was quickly replaced by the railroads. ...

Route 66

A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 23, 2014

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... way to highway 39/51. Lots of roadworks and the signs were a little confusing and did not include all the highway numbers as they usually do.

Still lots of harvesters at work and the skies were threatening rain. Saw lots of wind turbines too - the most we have seen at any one time. Just about all of the farms are grains - corn and beans, although we have seen one Angus beef stud and another farm which had a picture of a pig on it's sign.
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We decided to vacation in Peru for a week

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Aug 29, 2013

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... 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 ...