Ramada Limited Bloomington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s ABSOLUTE favorite- chocolate marshmallow ripple! We ate too much but not all of it, (really, not all of it). A quick trip into the visitor center and off we go! Well with a few more stops... a big sailboat marina, one of the Mississippi River locks, a fantastic Buena Vista photo opportunity, the Nelson Creamery where we bought some cheese curds, (they squeak on our teeth) and dinner in Trempealeau. Not a lot according to a map, but a lot for trip ...
... between my big bag and my backpack, but did mean I had fewer liquids to carry on. I weighed everything and have about 4lb to spare, so that's a relief. Which leaves my favorite pre-vacation task. Henna tattoo! Sharan and I watched a movie on Netflix and I applied a henna tattoo to both hands. Nothing says, "I'm not going to work for two weeks" like a henna design. :) I hope I can sleep ...
So the travel clinic is what they call it when you go to the doctor and they make you fill out a bunch of forms saying where you're going, and then they ask you lots of questions. Then they start poking you with needles and send you away with a fistful of other prescriptions.
- Bugs in all countries other than the US want to bite you and give you diseases.
- Animals ...
... and the recently opened Octane 66 classic car salesroom where I had a chat with owner David Ehresman. David is a fellow Route 66 traveller having taken the west to east route with his family a few years ago. I had a brief stop in Lexington to rest at a walkway and park created from the original road. Towanda also has a stretch of the original road it has preserved and has a geographical journey with exhibits for each state the route travels through. I walked ...
... some three hours away. Since I was in Fremont by 3:00 pm, I figure I could spend a couple of hours there and still get to Grand Rapids by 8:00 pm.
Rutherford B. Hayes is buried in a beautiful 25 acre wooded area which the family owned for more than 150 years. It includes the house where Hayes retired to after the Presidency and his Presidential Library (the first one ever). The wooded area called Spiegel Grove is open to ...