Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center - Galena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... our tour of the area on our way back to Apple River. Once back home, we just enjoyed good conversation then headed out to Apple Canyon Lake for dinner.
Christina will love this. She knows how organized I am for directions and have a spreed sheet of every stop and gas station. Well folks, not tomorrow. Bill suggested we try a different route to Minneapolis so it should be interesting and fun to try a more adventurous route. Stay tuned tomorrow.
... LaSalle, 1931 Pierce Arrow, Package and Buick, a 1923 Buick, 1924 Cunningham racer and 1953 MG. Oh and a 1962 Corvette too. He is working on a 1932 Auburn in his limited spare time.
It’s about dinner time so Bill drives up the Pierce Arrow and off we go. We head to Warren, IL about 8 miles away and split a dinner and ice cream to top things off. When we get back Bill takes me for a ride in the '52 MG and then the ...
Today I was awake at five, but it was in bed till 8. As I slept in the bedroom, and the other three in the mains, I happily lazed in my bedroom whilst they slept, trying to catch up on so many lost hours of sleep. By 10:00, we were ready to head into Chicago to check out what was to see. Anson wasn't keen to take to 36foot (13m) RV into Chicago, and good thing too, traffic is ...
... how much it looks out of place from the rest of the surrounding grasslands. Alex didn't seem that interested when I woke him up to look at it, but at least he won't ever have to spend days driving out to see it.
The next site on on the aerial tour of the American West was Mount Rushmore. We dropped back down below the haze layer and into the turbulence, which I could immediately see was making Alex nervous, so we did only a quick flyby of ...
... and even managed to experience our first small town diner for the lack of a better option. Our accommodation for the night was another historic B&B with a chatty owner, but on a much grander scale. This one had about 12 rooms, including one in the tower accessed by a narrow spiral staircase, which we got upgraded too. Not the greatest place considering Donelle's vertigo and the severe storms, but it was good even with the warnings interrupting our TV ...