Quality Inn & Suites Peoria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... a cheese factory on a dairy farm and also White Oak Winery. We ate lunch at the little cafe in Carlock and I was very good. There are still showers today and the skies look pretty ominous. We will be leaving in the morning and heading down I55 toward St ...
It was sprinkling this morning, but we decided to drive down to Amish Country in Arthur and Arcola, Illinois. Found out that the man who developed The Raggedy Ann and Andy Dolls was from Arcola. It also is the corn broom capital of the US. We found the Amish community and was just amazed at all the buggy traffic in the area. Saw an Amish school with all the beautiful little children. ...
... to go over thru the gate and hang a left. So we did----almost. The left lane to get in is for cars, not motorhomes. No sign to that effect that we saw anyhow.
Not to worry, the card wouldn't work on the scanner. Gail walked back up to the office, about a block away, and got a new one....That one didn't work either, so off she went again and came back empty handed....They didn't give her another one. Said they would come ...
... Adam was telling me Lebanon is famous for its bread, was a bit gutted to find out it wasnt arabic bread it was famous for though. Also drove past a place called farmer city, made me think its the perfect place for Davie and Abbie to move to haha. Adam pulled up at a motel 6 around the area we were meant to be. We thought this was our one but it turns out we still had 30 miles to go. Kaleb was dying for a **** so we had to go over to a ...
For my third and final cultural opportunity (and for a little help with my lit salon) I watched the film Naked Lunch, from the novel by William S. Burroughs. The reason I chose this film from the list of movies was an easy. William S. Burroughs was a great writer for the Beat Generation, and since that was my topic for the lit salons, why not kill two birds with one ...