Hampton Inn Bradley / Kankakee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a lot of time was spent planning what I think is the perfect itinerary. We will be hitting the major must-dos: Peal Harbor, Road to Hana, Luau (the best, according to TripAdvisor). For those who haven't heard of the Road to Hana, it pretty much embodies the phrase:
“Life is a journey, not a destination.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson.
The Road to Hana (RTH) is a super windy road in Maui, ...
... his students still have the chance to enjoy being kids, which is so admirable.
We visited a ticket seller next, Bartolini’s, where Steve & Ryan attempted a meatball eating contest last year and apparently failed. Haha. Bartolini’s has a photo of them draped over the table with their meatball sub in various stages of disarray around them. John declined the challenge (we weren't stopping there for long anyway), we got a picture with the owner, ...
... reflects the surrounding buildings and the people around it.Everyone is trying to photograph themselves reflected in the sculpture including yours truly.It's an Anish Kapoor creation. I then took a timeout to listen to a Celtic concert with Jerry Douglas And Aly Bain,a truly ethereal sound fronted by an angelic but powerful female voice! a free outdoor performance. Then off to the Art Institude.It has a remarkable collection of French impressionists including ...
... a serious
motorhome, (four-wheel-drive truck) would have been able to attempt the
crossing! So was back the way we came to a signpost in the middle of a
grubby little town pointing to the R304 which was supposed to be an
Let me talk a little bit about the
little towns and villages have been passing through, first of all there
is chaos with the traffic and parking and pedestrians, that goes without
saying, there is ...
... a journey. I barely know where I'm starting and I most certainly don't know where I'll end up, but I hope to document everything here.
(please note: I've never been an avid blogger so be patient) :)
Thanks for sticking with me!