Sleep Inn South Bend
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... Hold ups galore adds to the time, so we tried to bypass one long queue of trucks and cars by going miles into and around the countryside which is very picturesque. we were taken with the lovely flower boxes everywhere, plus the hanging pots along town streets.
This hotel is lovely, clean and pretty quiet with just the occasional jet flying overhead.
Tomorrow we venture into Ontario, so must have our passports at the ...
... Geez, what did we do before smart phones? We were only a block away, and quickly found where to go. There were several families there waiting. Including some grand parents with their grand kids, anxious for an adventure despite the middle of the night departure. We were called first because we reserved a sleeper car. They hustled us up the steps to the second level, room 6. Room 6 was made up into beds for us. ...
... a 1915 passenger coach that leads you through a timeline of the local and national railroad history.
There was much to see, including a 1937 streamlined observation car and a 1914 passenger coach filled with exhibits on the early history of New York Central Railroad. At the end of the coach is the main exhibit area and gallery, located in the New ...
... with a good portion of the trip to Elkhart
But, you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have, the facts of life......oh, sorry.
The area now known as Elkhart was mainly inhabited by the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi Indian tribes. In 1829, the Village of Pulaski was established, consisting of ...
Traveled this morning to Middlebury, Illinois. We are in Elhart County, which is the heart of the Indiana Amish. Our first destination was the Jayco Factory tour. Jayco is the company that made our current camper and past ones. We love how Jayco campers are constructed and are loyal to this company. Interesting to see how they are ...
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