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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a geodesic dome that is an artificial desert with plants and animals.
· In Council Bluffs, they have huge modern sculptures over the freeway bridge.
· A museum about the Danish that settled in the area.
· The birthplaces of John Wayne and Bob Feller.
· Amana Colonies (I want to go see these some day)
· Herbert ...
... conditions, sleepless nights and tons of hard work. Don't get me wrong I am grateful for this opportunity. But right now I am focused on the journey being safe. The payoff always comes as the journey unfolds. Hearing the people I meet life story's, enjoying the local foods and see the amazing sites along the way is when ...
... 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 ...
Aside from the FOOD, what I am most exciting about is the gorgeous hotel that I will be staying in....El Conquistador Resort! It is located in Fajardo, PR and is one of the most luxurious hotels on the island. Some of its countless amenities include its very own private island and beach, an amazing water park, endless activities, and my favorite....a world renowned SPA!
... with traffic running east. We couldn't have driven west on this part of Route 66 this year after all (as John had in 2005) and so we had started Route 66 on foot by default already. Back in the car, we were on Adams continuing west and eventually out of Chicago via Ogden, Harlem, I-55 and Joliet Road. We made a diversion north to look for Elliott Ness's house, but we couldn't find it as John hadn't had enough time to research the exact location of it. We had earlier managed to find ...