Parke Regency Hotel And Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Terra for 5 nights. This is a series of 5 different coastal towns connected by train, boat and ancient hiking trail. This is right on the coast, with one or two towns having a beach. I will be traveling by myself, staying at a hostel, hiking, sitting, sipping wine, eating incredible food and watching the fabulous people. How much better can it get??!!
Then on 9/2 ...
... except I knew it would be ********g hours and very dirty. Michelle didn't disclose too much to me in fears that I would cancel, but I am always one for a challenge and new experiences. So last Thursday I took the train from Chicago to Bloomington. The ride was lovely full of greenery ad farms along the way. We arrived at Terra's house, the sister of Henry the farmer. We went to bed by 11pm and woke up at ...
... to weather patterns in the west and northwest but the patterns are difference here with no big mountains to deflect incoming storms. Our experience in Texas taught us that it can change directions in short order so we keep a close eye on our weather apps such as Westherbug and MyRadar. We watch the satellites. And look out the window too. And look out the side view mirrors ...
Ten days after arriving home from our Route 66 trip west we traveled the next leg of the trip from Joliet back to Bloomington. We traveled by train to Joliet to meet Erin and Annie. Because the heat index was to be 104 degrees we opted to not drive in to Chicago and follow Route 66 south instead. Our first stop was in Joliet at the Rich and Creamy ice cream shop where you can find "the ...
... I went through the museum. That's when I got the shock of my life. Ever hear of Leslie Lynch King, Jr.? Well me neither until today. Gerald R. Ford was born Leslie Lynch King Jr. on July 14, 1913. How did I not know that? Shortly thereafter, his mother divorced Leslie Lynch King Sr. and moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan to begin a new life. She later married Gerald R. Ford Sr. and soon the couple began calling the boy Gerald R. Ford ...