Hampton Inn Ottawa Starved Rock Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... style. It became and remains one of the most expensive and ornate villas in the area. We popped inside for a look but there was still a lot of restoration going on, so it was less interesting than we thought.
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Ottawa (LaSalle County) was a charming medium sized typical Illinois town. It is where the smaller Fox River meets the Illinois River. Its name means “trade” in Algonquin (adawe) as spoken by the ...
After a long lunch we headed back to the park for an afternoon walk around Hidden Canyon. Owl Canyon, Hidden Canyon, Hennepin Overlook & Canyon, Council Overhang, Ottawa Canyon, return & branch to Kaskaskia Canyon, then return.
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