Hampton Inn Joliet I-80
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... litre for gas so it felt like driving for free.
Trip was fairly uneventful except for when Charlie slipped out of his new harness without me knowing. This was a bit disconcerting because we were stopped at a busy service centre right beside the 401. Could have been a trip ender right there.
As you can see in the accompanying pic the boys settled into travelling mode with ease.
... pleasure is that we had an opportunity to learn and explore the cities in this great country.
Joliet used to be called "The Stone City" for all of the limestone in the area. There are beautiful examples of the limestone structures throughout the city. The old Joliet Prison (Remember the Blue's Brothers?) was built with limestone mined from the property. The World's ...
... people are WYSIWYGs.. "What You See Is What You Get!" No pretense, no facades, just real, true, bonifide, hearts and souls in the flesh. So I guess I'm giving the credit here to Faye & Roll Doll (and Rolly's Mom my Auntie Mae and also Grandma & Grandpa Corcoran before her) for raising remarkable kids. As my Grandma Mallery used to say "You done good!"
It was easy to ...
... and found the Holiday Inn on Larkin Av. was a great choice because it is close to the trail head with a lot less activity than Harrahs would have had. We chose to eat at the hotel resturant and met a guy named Dave who lives in Nashville and just bought a house Michigan. We had a great conversation with him finished dinner, wrote directions down for tomarrow' s ...
... up for me in about 10 minutes.
So after this is all over my simple U joints I spent 75 dollars on and were going to install myself end up costing me nearly 800 in repairs.....but I am extremely lucky I think. BEcause I probably would have had a hell of a time isntalling those myself...and would have never known I needed new bearings. Plus this guy gave me all that great advice about my pitman arm ...