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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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· World's Largest Truck Stop
Since we are only 2 days from home, we didn’t stop. We found a very nice campground near Joliet, IL that is near the Interstate, but on a big lake. Home tomorrow.
Update from Karen: We stopped at the Oklahoma State Fair this morning. Enjoyed seeing all of the animals. There was a lot of grooming going ...
... this is actually happening. Although we planned this trip months and months ago, it still doesn't feel real. I don't think it will until I have a Mai Tai in my hand and my feet in the sand. (Hey, that rhymed!) Here's hoping our electronics batteries can support our entertainment needs for the entire flight! In a short 9 hours, we'll be in Hawaii! Sent from my ...
... a town in the highlands of Bali, famous for its artists, as well as the neighboring villages of Celuk and Mas, famous for their sculptors and goldsmiths. The next day is free to relax, go shopping or enjoy an optional tour for more sightseeing. Day 21
Leave Bali today and fly to Bangkok in Thailand this afternoon, where we will be met and transferred to our hotel after a late evening arrival.
A half-day tour of the Grand Palace in Bangkok ...
... It had been a long day and we were tired, but having had such a good first day we had been in very high spirits at dinner as we knew we had got somewhere and that we were going to eat four-slice bacon half pound cheeseburgers. John had two (American) pints of Blue Moon wheat beer. Harry had two Cokes and a sip of Blue Moon wheat beer as he continued his five year wait for a whole one of his own.
Super 8 have a waffle maker in the breakfast area of reception waiting for us in the ...
... is a small town southeast from Toulouse; imagine a 17th century house, perched next to a babbling river. Opportunities abound - hiking (Roman ruins, anyone?), museums (Toulouse, Goya), vintage French ephemera from the local book market, the Toulouse Lautrec museum, bicycle rides, and food prepared by our in house chef - who also happens to be a Yoga instructor and body worker.