Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Peru
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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The people were nice and I would say that if you ever have a chance to go , difinitely.
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A little Trivia today. What is the name of the mascot for the Iowa Hawkeye's Football team? Its "Herky". Wasn't on my radar. There is a big uproar as the new mascot is more muscular than the old one and that isn't going over too well.
Today we didn't leave until about 9:00 am. Truck traffic was even worst today than other days. Not sure why but you can see several pictures of what is around us most of the day. When they go by, usually at higher speed than we ...
... and caught each other up on 26+ years worth of our lives in something less than two hours. Then, back to the camper to hitch up and get back on the road. We left Shepherdsville around 11:15, and arrived in North Utica, Illinois, around 6:15, having survived another torrential downpour, this time accompanied by wind stong enough to make us stop on the shoulder of the road for a bit. The KOA where we're staying tonight also got torrential rain this morning, and a ...
... day out we set our sights on Tinley Park, Illinois to visit friends for the afternoon. The drive to Tinley Park was accomplished in a little over 5 hours, so we had much of the afternoon to catch up. We did pass the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Indiana. Not sure what is in there, but we only snapped a picture and continued on.
It was ...
Originally, I planned on riding 40 something miles. When I reached the halfway, I looked at my camping possibilities. There wasn't anything free for 80 miles, but I was feeling pretty good. I called the Henry police and asked them if I could camp in the park. The officer seemed really confused by this, like he'd never received a call from a cyclist before. The map I have specifically says to check with police first and provides a phone number. I googled it ...
... went away with news about the circus and that’s what we’re here to do.
Because we missed Peru, IL so much (if you’ve already forgotten, we spent a week in Peru when we blew our transmission a couple of weeks ago), we went back there after Marseilles to get an oil change at Fulmer’s Service Station (the same place that replaced our transmission). Our mechanic, T.J., was there and we talked to him for a while about circus life and how ...