Quality Inn

200 Gore Road, Morris, Illinois, 60450, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 200 Gore Road, Morris.
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    Travel Blogs from Morris

    Heading Home

    A travel blog entry by tradition on Sep 10, 2013

    Up early. Think we were both looking forward to getting home today. On the road by 9:30 and home before noon. Made us consider how we will feel if there is no home to go to. Different perspective to think about. Now we have our lists of things to do and fix and pack for the next trip. Can't ...

    My upcoming trip to Puerto Rico!

    A travel blog entry by yarytheexplorer on Jul 01, 2013

    ... other activities that I am most looking forward to while visiting the island are eating some delicious food (fresh seafood!), horse back riding, going to the beach, visiting the Bacardi factory, visiting Old San Juan, in specific El Morro National Monument, and touring the Camuy River cave park.

    I promise to take a lot of pictures and share them with all of you! Adios for now!

    The Invitation

    A travel blog entry by smd46 on Dec 30, 2011

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    ... this one; it is so magical how could it possibly be real? I am really teaching in Durfort, France next year, at La Cascade - in a private home, the spot where Lynn Perella and Susan Leonard-Kazmer (plus many others) return over and over. Yes, it is that cool. Suffice to say, this is a dream come true for me and I want you to come along.Durfort is a small town southeast from Toulouse; ...

    Farnsworth House and FLW Talleisin East

    A travel blog entry by lisa-phin on Oct 26, 2011

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    ... low ceilings, performance spaces. This is probably one of the most visually noticeable Japanese influence of his houses structures in the States. The house like many of his designs is built on the brow of the hill, and on the tip of the hill is the windmill water tower he built. I also visited the Schoolhouse building built low on the hill, Frank originally built the first parts of this building for his aunts for school of music and they left him ...

    The Plan

    A travel blog entry by dizzyellie on Jul 08, 2010

    ... an authentic Mongolian Yurt. Also according to the website, the little lighthouse was featured on The Hotel Inspector, which apparently focuses on fixing up faltering and failing hotels. I was charmed by the owners: two eccentrics who ghost hunt and offer holistic therapies as part of your stay. Spend two days watching ...