Hampton Inn Joliet I-55
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... The little town of Lanesboro, very old and quaint
Driving along the Mississippi River from LaCrosse to Prairie du Chien in Wisconsin
Lunch at Leystra's Venture Restaurant in Sauk City, where John couldn't resist the turkey dinner for lunch and it was amazing! And we got pie to go, which was also fantastic.
... of which, in Jamaica that's what I'm going to do! I thought my first day is a good time to tan and enjoy the sun, so I signed up for the All Day Beach Party. Basically, it's a 6 hr beach event where a lunch of Jamaican cuisine is provided and an optional bar- though Red Stripe is free on tap. YUMMM!!
Then it's back to the ship where I will continue watching shows like magicians, musicians, musicals, theater, and ...
... sucked it up and ate a burger and fries.
On return to our accommodation we parked as close to the entrance as possible and made our snowy white way into the foyer. There was some work being done on the place so the state of the hallways were expected and of course forgiven. The filth, however, was not. Without doubt the worst place I've ever stayed in, worse than our first night on the trail in the Himalayas. Checking in was like the start of a b-grade horror movie; ...
... park to have a look at all of the sculptures. That night we decided on something different for dinner, so we headed down to navy pier and went to bubba gumps shrimp and had seafood and a glass of wine. After dinner we headed back to Timmy O Tooles to watch the big college football game between Notre dame and Arizona. Today we woke early and got a quick breakfast from Einstein brothers bagels and ended up at the airport right on time, fiasco free headed for New York ...
So here we are 26594 miles traveled, 92 cities, all in 1 year.......it has had it's ups and downs and some really great times, and have met a lot of nice people on the way.......it's hard to believe we have been living in our motorhome for a year, I really don't miss living in a house. We have had a great time traveling and there are alot of places we would love to go back and see, this should be our last year on the ...