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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t have handled anything else. I didn't want to take a real gravol because I was already so tired from the night bus I knew it would just knock me out! I ended up taking another anti-nausea and still felt like I was going to barf most of the trip. I did manage to see all the lines. I guess I thought they were going to be bigger and more easily visible. They are very difficult to photograph and I think my cell phone did a better job than my camera. I can say I did it. But ...
... had a cosy dog for lunch. It was what we know as a dagwood dog - battered hot dog deep fried. I can still hear my arteries groaning.
We continued on Route 66 to Atlanta where we saw a giant statue of John Bunyan holding a hot dog. He used to be holding an axe when he was positioned in Arizona years ago. Had a piece of Apple Strudel pie in the Palms Grill Cafe.
Followed the highway 55 to Bloomington where we missed a turn but eventually ...
... drive north for several miles along a causeway that stretches over some islands. It was very beachy feeling and beautiful.
We continued into Illinois and heading southeast toward the state park. It was a long drive through many small towns, including Dixon, whose claim to fame is that it's where Ronald Reagan was born and grew up (we got out of there fast).
In one town, we stopped at a place ...
... was higher than our limit, so the card was declined and they said they wouldn't be able to run it again for 24 hours. I told them that wasn't the amount I was quoted on the phone and their response was simply shrugging their shoulders and saying there wasn't anything else they could do. They don't accept debit cards, checks, or cash, so if you don't have a credit card or if they try to charge you more than your credit card can ...
... There must be some risk involved; otherwise, it wouldn't really be exciting. Would it?
Despite all of my whining, I really am excited to go. I just bought my plane ticket. I signed an 11 month contract with the Harbin Oriental Cambridge Education Institute. And I'm currently trying to sell my car in an attempt to go there with some money. I'll keep you posted as the adventure continues.
What I think my posts will sound ...