Hampton Inn Dubois
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from DuBois
Got some sleep at a truck stop in Pa and we are back on the road. Making up time for the late start.
Zipped through Ohio. Shuffled past Indiana and sloshed into Illinois. 620 miles and time to get some eats and much needed rest. See you in the ...
... the river still has lots of ice flow in it - amazing considering it is now May. Travelled thru some really pretty villages including Ellicotville which seems to be basically a ski resort - snow still on some runs, certainly not enough to ski on but good for tourist photos!
Arrived in Dubois Pennsylvania which was to be our overnight stop - why Dubois you ...
... visitor centre. It turned out that, unfortunately, Triposo had been feeling ill that day and was talking s*** when he told us about the festival. Hungry we took off for Plattsburgh. In Phyllisburgh we found a Mcdonalds that had $1 any size drinks and a Family Dollar with cheap lollies so we stocked up on sugar and headed to our next home on the road. Not much was accomplished in Perrysburgh although it turns out the name itself ...
... pm we rolled away from our house and are now 31 miles from our first campground, Clear Creek State Park in western PA. We should be there by 10 pm. Clara is asleep and Serena is explaining to Ron just how horrible the Disney show "Dog with a Blog" is. That discussion inspired by my current activity. Tomorrow is our longest driving day--should take about 11 hours to get to the next reserved campground in Wisconsin. Good news is that we will cross ...
... white and no time to admire the countryside. But with a great navigator and crew we made it without any problems.
First thing Conner noted was we had virtually no cell service. The nearest "town" was about 8 miles from the park. I am being generous using the word town here no traffic lights, blink and you missed it. A Walmart (campers survive on Walmarts - mostly cause they are everywhere) was 17 miles away. ...