Holiday Inn Express Racine (I-94 @ Exit 333)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Racine (I-94 @ Exit 333) Sturtevant
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So... I never thought I could spend a year getting ready for something only to realize how much I have to do yet the night before I leave... We're almost on the way. It's been almost a year since we started Eli's adoption. So many of you have poured your ...
... it's weird anyway. The plant tour started at 9:00 am, and Racine is about a 90 minute drive from Chicago but we were told to allow at least 2 hours for peak hour traffic. To us, that meant we needed to allow at least 2.5 hours in case we got lost as well allow for snow-driving weather. We compared the costs of driving vs train and decided car hire was much cheaper and also more time effective, so we caught the blue line train from the loop to O'Hare International Airport, as ...
have you ever heard someone return from a trip and say "wow! this year I packed even more stuff then ever before, I'm proud of how heavy my cumbersome suitcase was!" of course, packing light is the preferred method for travelers. it's a challenge, but I think it's doable. for my semester abroad in Europe, I'm only bringing one carry on suitcase and ...
We, Gail and I, started our journey to the deep south and to where ever the road takes us. We motored south to Elkhorn WI to have some minor stuff fixed on "Charlie" our motorhome. The repairs took about an hour and off we went.
While driving down Hwy 39 we came upon a bad accident, and came to a complete stop on the freeway near Rockford IL. A semi driver and a car were involved and some folks died. They turned us around and we ...
... cat Misty, who passed away in January. Misty is what prompted us to get the motor home so she wouldn't be left alone or with strangers. She loved it. Cats love windows and when she wasn’t sleeping, playing or cuddling she was looking out the wrap-around window. We always miss her, but especially in the motor home where we always expect to see her on the dashboard or cuddled on our lap.