Hampton Inn Rockford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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From July 17th until now, I have received a yellow fever shot, took typhoid fever pills, and started taking malaria pills yesterday. Other than the vaccinations, I had to get a 6 month tourist visa which was a little stressful. There was a lot of communicating back and forth between the visa company (in New York), my volunteer coordinator (in London), and the individuals in Ghana. It was a lot ...
We leave today for Seattle and the San Juan Islands. We will be staying in Seattle for three days. Then taking a ferry to San Juan Island off the coast of Washington. We are staying at Friday Harbor and I hope to see three pods of orca. Mary has a chocolate tour planned and a tour of Pike Place market in ...
... parents when they were alive. Pete is in him mid 90’s but still getting around. It is always good to talk to them when we are in town. We had a good visit with them and introduced them to Mousse.
When Kathy and Dozer got home from work, we headed out to Byron, IL for dinner. We will be leaving for North Carolina tomorrow.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & ...
... of the things in our lives and their recent family bereavement just emphasises our blessings. We ate heartily for quite some time allowing a gap before the traditional pumpkin pie and pecan pie were served. One of the things that has always intrigued me about America is that they so often serve mashed potato with roasts, including roast turkey. In Australia a roasted meat dish is invariably served with roasted potatoes. (They also serve baked potatoes more than we ...
... than glad I stopped.
The plains of Nebraska turned to the rolling hills of Iowa that I remember so fondly. This time of year those hills are bursting forth with new greens of spring-into-summer. The construction, the semis, and the bigs increased exponentially as we drove east.
I chose to detour off of I-80 E to go through the heart of Des Moines on I-275. (For those of you who don't know, ...