BEST WESTERN Oglesby Inn
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Needed a hotel close to Starved Rock and this one advertises as being the closest. Good Best Western quality. Not expensive, with good facilities. Friendly helpful check in staff. Have used this brand a few times recently. Possibly better quality than Comfort Inn and definitely better than Quality Inn. 2 queen beds. Fridge and microwave but only one chair at a small table. Small almost square pillows but soft.
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Slept with the blinds open and it was lovely to look out and see trees, stars and planes flying across the sky. Woke to see the early morning glow and lay in bed watching the sunrise colour the clouds.
Heated the muffins in the microwave - came out quite fresh and tasty. Toasted the left over french stick and had the last of the peanut …
Not much to write about today as this was definitely a driving day. We travel 462 miles to Illinois through some of our country's most valuable farm land. For miles and miles there was nothing but corn with a few soybeans thrown in.
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... our way. Tuesday 14th July
Wet day today heading in to see the falls at Niagara, we took the trolley bus in and did the full tour, our tour guide was more concerned with how poorly paid he was and what a great tour guide he was and dragged the ...
We were sad to leave our beautiful hotel room in Mason City, but we began our trip east toward Starved Rock State Park, Illinois. We knew it would be a long driving day, so we took off early and found a place to eat in Mason City (thanks again, Yelp!) and got on the road by 8 a.m.
We wanted to visit a fossil park in Rockford, Iowa, just a few miles south of our route, but when we got to the town, the bridge across ...
... route once we had checked in.
The bus journey was pretty horrendous because it was hot, I
needed a wee, and I got sandwiched between a large guy in the window, and a
Peruvian woman with all her shopping in the aisle. The journey took a total of 6 hours. If you do choose to go to Chivay first, you
will most likely be standing for the 2 hours on to Cabanaconde. If you get off the bus at Chivay to use the
toilet, make sure you leave ...