Stay Bridge Suites

Address: 633 North Bell School Road, Rockford, Illinois, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 633 North Bell School Road, Rockford, is near CoCo Key Water Resort, Magic Waters Waterpark, Midway Village & Museum Center, and Weis Morris DaySpa Salon.
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Travel Blogs from Rockford

Lincoln Park Zoo Lion - (By Phoebe)

A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

We found lions! We found cows! We found zebras! We found cantaloupes!! (she means camels) The lions are my favorite! I like the monkeys swinging by not when they stuck out their tongues. The tiger tried to lick Oriah. I touch a turtle it was very hard. I drawed a ...

Visit with Dozer and Kathy

A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on May 16, 2015

... It was tough to see the destruction but thank God no one was hurt and Kathy and Dozer dodged the tornado.

We finished our visit with Kathy and Dozer with dinner in Byron. Then Sheila and I headed back to Iowa City.

Unfortunately we have been getting real good at not taking any pictures. This is an area for much improvement.

Happy Trails,

Chuck and Sheila Noel
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Last minute things

A travel blog entry by mhaanio on Feb 19, 2015

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... living in for the next year :) Just click the two links below.

Chongqing City

Food in Chongqing

Impatiently waiting,
Malia ...

Bumpy Ride

A travel blog entry by mhaanio on Feb 18, 2015

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SO, long story short; I will be moving to Chongqing China and teaching kindergarten :) I'll be teaching at a Montessori school, which I think shall be quite interesting! Chongqing is a metropolis city of 7 million people, you know, nothing too large. It is generally a subtropical climate and during the summers is known as one of three "furnace cities". I imagine myself laying on the cold tile floor in ...

And we're off!

A travel blog entry by rebeccaepperson on Dec 18, 2013

7 comments

... etc. I get the need for it and the importance of it. It's all good. And I've learned a lot along the way - especially about the potential challenges of adopting a toddler from another country - and one that has been in an orphanage all except four months of her life.

Sure there will be some initial language challenges but that will be easy enough to overcome. The real ...