Country Hearth Inn
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We got up this morning, and it was steadily raining. It was a welcome change for a while, but as it got heavier, it got more upsetting. The drive across southern Illinois was really quite pretty. The rolling countryside was very green and lush, they must have had more rain than Cleveland this summer. It is a very nice place to send Obama back to. …
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... goodbyes and loading gear of all shapes and sizes we left in style and most importantly on time. Once at KCI we conspicuously made our way through both ticketing and through security without any trouble. ... Safely arrived in Chicago. More to ...
... trouble along route 70. So, for starters the St. Louis arch was a big attraction for Brian and i was more than positive (200% to be exact) that going route 70 would take us right next to the arch and the arch would be on our right. Not only was the arch not our right, but it wasn't as close as I swore it was. Poor Brian was trying to take pictures of the arch (which was on my side)- doing everything he could...climbing in the ...
... that their only son, Miles, was being promoted in March of 2014 to the position of "Big Brother." The due date: March 21. The lovely Dr. McGinness, sometime later--much later--announced that I was welcome to join her and friend Debbie and various others at her place in Cabo San Lucas, Baja, Mexico, during her two week vacation commencing on March 1, 2014. Being the math wizard that I am, I ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility