Fairfield Inn & Suites Champaign
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a lot more. The deep tan color of the soy beans and the lighter, almost golden color of the corn mixed in with the green of the trees made for a very colorful kaleidoscope of color as we motored merrily along.
As I have said before, Iowa is NOT flat and the rolling hills soon gave way to the truly flat land of north west Illinois. The farmers were picking corn and combineing beans and all was ...
... three campground in Paducah to find a place to stay, only place we could find is at an race track RV park. This place is a nice campground, had to unhook the car to get into the site, but it is clean and level and only $30 a night. Will be in Paducah, KY tomorrow for the BBQ on the River. ...
... checking out the place and then went to the Iowa 80 Trucking Museum. (some of the crew had ice cream from the DQ there before the museum visit) The museum displayed vintage trucks, signs, fuel pumps and photographs. We left there, drove for awhile, stopped for lunch and got back on the road. We stopped for the night in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Had a new dinner experience. Ate at HuHot, you take a bowl, put frozen meat ...
We started our day with a swim and light breakfast at the hotel - my rule of thumb is becoming that a breakfast bar is worth eating at if it offers biscuits! We were driving by 8:30, with no time change today, so a slightly easier day is ahead. We still shared the road with a fair number of motorcycles and our first rest stop had set up some refreshments for biker. The ladies working there were very friendly and helpful, ...
... are good and wind through the rolling hills. The mississippi is never far away, supporting commercial and leisure craft and activities. It has several locks and dams on the way and weaves it way South, eventually spilling out into the gulf of Mexico at New Orleans (which we stayed a night at many moons ago on this trip)
We stop for fuel in Lancaster. The town is neat and the surrounding farms are even neater. Maize is ...