Hampton Inn and Suites Peoria at Grand Prairie
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... what you said in Italian. Packing is almost complete and David has come up with his own solution (click on David's Packing Solution) on what to take. David and I plan on keeping in contact with family and friends via Charlenestravel's "blog". Hope you enjoy. Please keep us in your prayers for safe travels --- we wiil mention your name when we see the Pope. ...
... came out and called him off, but as soon as I started riding again he snarled and chased me. I waited for the owner to grab his collar and get further away. I ended up riding 101 miles, and my body feels every mile. My knees are sore, which is a new thing. I got to a crossroad and stopped to make sure I was on route. A farmer in a truck pulled up and shouted, "do you eat?" After I realized he wasn't insinuating that I looked like I didn't eat in general, I ...
... we went to Avanti's, a local italian restaurant, and it was delicious as always! The next day we ran some errands and came home to card games! We played "WHOT" all night and had the best conversations with the best company!
Thank you grandma and grandpa for having us in your lovely home! Miss you already!
Until next time,
M and E
Drove from Sturgis, through Nebraska, Iowa, into Illinois. Then on to the Indianapolis GP RV Park, Indiana, for 4 nights. Short walk to the track.
Watched practice day of the MotoGP on Friday 16th Sept, from 10am to 4pm. Super day!
Saturday, and another day at the track to watch practice and qualifying. Good stuff!
Sunday, yay it's raceday. Got to track at 10.30pm, home at 5pm. Magic day!! Great to watch Marquez have another ...
... All I heard while viewing this exhibit was several "ooooo's" and "ahhh's" and the occasional annoying child asking his mother if they can go buy legos so that he can build one when he gets home. I wonder myself how someone goes about building something like this out of legos, and who thinks of these things? I could never think of building a life-like human out of a child's toy. This exhibit really made me realize how amazing humans really ...