Hampton Inn Bellevue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which is really handy. The one where we stopped was also an historic site along the Mormon trail to Utah. When we crossed the Mississippi River, we were in Illinois at Moline. In the next couple of hours we drove through Peoria and arrived in Normal. Tomorrow, Ruby, Jaimie, Jaimie's friend Krissy, and I are going to Chicago. Looking forward to ...
... up and took us to her house.Melissa's family is in the midst of moving back from Omaha to the Ft. Collins, so her four kids were running all over, playing with friends one last time, and the house is mostly packed and moved.
Alex and I had a great time hanging out with the kids, especially playing a game of pickup basketball in the driveway. Interestingly enough, Alex, who loves all sports, had never really played basketball. For ...
The camp did not go as planned last night so we turn around and stayed in Hickman. Got up at 4:00 for our Journey to Jersey Adventure to begin. The buses left about 30 minutes late and we are in route to Ohio. Since we left late we'll probably get there after 9 tonight. We are doing a personality quiz ...
... He then said "from across the laundromat" ... "Most of my customers are very happy with the system. They don't have to carry tons of quarters in their pockets." I look at him ... I know with a "do you think I'm stupid look and posture" and said, "SERIOUSLY". Then I 'laughed out loud'.
So at the end of our laundry adventure we had spent way too much time, frustration and money. Thanks for listening!
... but just didn’t feel like it. Weird. Heaps of people were swimming, sunbathing and paddle-boarding there, some of them no doubt have never even seen the real sea.
Also stopped at a cool Museum – Pioneers of the Prairie, in Nebraska. Told the story of the great West migration of pioneers and Mormon pilgrams, thousands came by foot and horse and wagon in the mid 1800’s, seeking a better life and religious freedom. They had rebuilt an Indian earth home, ...