Holiday Inn Champaign Urbana
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We woke up an hour late, of course. We had another super comfy bed that was pretty much magnetizing, or so it seemed. All of their rooms were on the ground floor, so we had another easy night. We had continental breakfast, and we were the only ones in the room. It sounds odd, but we loved when the room was empty because we didn't have to deal with tons of other people. After about 10-15 minutes, more people started to come, and we were still glad ...
This was a very different kind of park. First of all it is huge-over 2,800 acres. Again, we were very glad to have our scooter instead of our bikes. It is heavily wooded which made it nice but what immediately struck us as odd were all the large ponds/lakes that were completely stagnant. No swimming allowed anywhere in the park. There was an eerie feeling to it. We googled ...
... not imagine being here in the winter, it would be a cold campus. There were a lot of parents and students getting tours. So we listened in and ended up touching the nose of Lincoln for good luck.
We went in to several stores that we don't have in Florida, but didn't end up buying anything.
Tomorrow is on to Utica, Il and Starved Rock State Park and some wonderful hiking in the canyons of the park.
We ended up moving on to Champaign, Il since the weather was pretty bad. The campground we were heading to called us twice, saying we have a lot of mud. So we missed an area that had a few things for us to see but Champaign is a nice place and our campground is really nice.
While visiting here we were able to take a tour of our ...
... on the way in. Luckily, the road my hotel was on, Grand Avenue, runs all the way to downtown. Once I got close I turned to the south and crossed Washington, Madison, Monroe and Adams to get to Jackson Boulevard where 66 ends and was its original start point before it was turned into a one way street. I followed Jackson to Lake Shore Drive before executing a nifty loop around Van Buren and Roosevelt before heading for the modern day ...