La Quinta Inn Peru Starved Rock State Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and unique to that farm and family. Some of the farms here are over 160 years old.
Crossing into Illionois, the hay fields became corn fields for as far as you could see. I arrived in Dixon, Il home of Ronald Reagan and a wealth of history regarding him and Abe Lincoln. I had difficulty in finding a campground so continued to Amboy Ilinois and am staying at the Mendota Hills Campground. ...
... place called hostel Sol. It was more expensive than we would normally pay but it ended up being so worth it! We were able to check in right away, shower, change and then head out for lunch. After lunch we were going to go to this museum where there is some 'mummy' that was found in the mouth a volcano from inca times. They call her Juanita the beautiful mummy and she was sacrificed by the inca as a young girl. It was recommended and seemed like an interesting thing to do. As ...
... it to Oglesby for the night which is where the road to Starved Rock leaves the 55. There was a Best Western and Days i
Inn to choose from. Best Western got our pick. Very nice. Had dinner at Delaney's Family restaurant across the road. Obviously well patronised by locals who were greeted by their first names. They had a buffet or a la carte. Buffet sounded good for us and hit the spot. Walked back to the unit to finish last night's blog and to do tonight's
... else to do. The kids were all set up in the gymnasium so John went right in and did his program. The students’ responses were AWESOME…they were full of energy, laughter, and excitement for the circus. The teachers kept attempting to settle the students down throughout the whole show and while it made sense that they were trying to do that, all it ended up doing was distracting the students (and John at times), which was a bit frustrating. But all in all, ...
... it and now everything is going to get better day by day. And since we'll have a rental car, we'll still have the chance to drive out to the circus and visit with our friends sometime this weekend!
Work continues later today and since we lost time with the breakdown, we'll probably work into the weekend to make sure Mendota knows they have a circus coming. Blog posts will continue on a normal basis because our hotel has wi-fi (what a treat!).