Hilton Garden Inn Kankakee
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... early for a day at Disney Land and enjoy the rest of the night relaxing in the hotel.
Wake up early for a day at Universal Studios and enjoy the rest of the night relaxing in the hotel.
Spend a day relaxing at the beach and shopping. A possibility of a trip to the Wax Museum, if feeling up to it.
Leave Los Angeles for an overnight flight to Tahiti in French Polynesia, the island paradise in the South Pacific.
... this morning and overcast, too. Greg and I went for a bike ride down to edge of river. Some people were fishing and others were putting in a collapsible boat, no more than12ft. How 3 went fishing in it, with all their fishing gear, I don’t know. The current of the river is fast flowing, the boat wouldn’t be able to go up stream with their battery operated motor. We saw the car later parked ...
... trail. Wait, I, Devon, must interject here. Those 15 miles of outstanding trail, in my mind, was a wee bit painstaking. It was as if someone was taking a paint brush to the horizon and adding more trail and uphill I might add! We turned off before the trail ended on to a small farm road enjoying the scenery and watching the cows watch us and the horses galloping to meet us! Soon we were on state route 102, a fairly busy highway with no shoulders, but thankfully only ...
... furniture, work tables, beds, dining room furniture,..... Unreal!
Then visited the neighborhood to see all the houses he designed. Brilliant!
Then I visited Hemingway’s home and museum. He grew up in Oak Park, the same neighbourhood Wright worked in. Very upscale area.
Travelled on the El to Oak Park. Only white person on the train. Passed derelict areas (black) to reach the Rockcliffe of Chicago. Great day to see creativity in two areas of ...
... of the land and historic references to pull us into its grasp. We will taste the flavors, experience the light and energy of this ancient location and allow it to guide words of poetry into our art. As we look and listen, roots will grow and sprout a new voice. I envision this as a matter of 'hunting' and 'gathering'. We will venture out each day and see what comes A Trip to ...