Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Lodi
... and water….. Man, that was rough.
We woke up before 3 am after fitful sleeps to get ‘er done and catch a cab to the airport at 4 am. We stopped through O’hare on the way to Newark. We’re staying at my college buddy’s place in New York’s Upper East Side. (Thanks Darrin!).
After all the worries, we have no regrets and look forward to the journeys that lay ahead.
... one of 4 that John Deere have in Waterloo, and is about 20 hectares under one roof - the second largest covered area in the US! Only the Boeing factory has a bigger covered space. They employ 7,000 staff and turn out thousands of tractors a year - they wouldn't tell us the exact number. The tour was very well conducted - and so it should be when 38,000 people do it each year - it was very professional and we saw ...
... I have ever read 'Laos is known for the worlds largest cave arachnids". Yikes.
I've included a few links where I could. We hope to provide additional details and photos while we are traveling. Wifi will be accessible but we will not know how often until we're actually on the ground.
I hope this method works for keeping you up to speed on our travels!
... pack and hopping curbs just about every where we went, see earlier entry, the city was easy to navigate. We found the people very friendly and helpful. Just about everyone we met were still in disbelief we came there in the winter on vacation. Many take that glorious show in the sky for granted. I suppose it would be hard to stay up all night for viewing and still make work the next day. Huh. A drawback to living there? I think not!
... back Monte Ball, who ran for 191 yards and a touchdown. He would have gotten the player of the game, and potentially a Wisconsin victory, had he not fumbled on 4th and 1 at the OSU 2-yard line. This game belonged to the defenses, and the most impact was made by Ohio State defensive end John Simon. He finished the day with six tackles and four quarterback sacks. He also batted down the 3rd-down pass that led to the punt return touchdown in the ...