Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center - Moline
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more; no delays in flight posted. Then I finally sat down at the gate. The flight to Italy ahead of us overstayed its welcome for a while, but we finally took off only half an hour late. The photo is toward the end of that wait and I already look jet-lagged! After dinner, I put my book away and tried to sleep. More ...
We say goodbye to Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and almost all of Illinois as we traveled west on I-80. Before leaving Indiana, we spent a couple of hours at the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore - part of the National Park System. The park is adjacent to the Indiana Dunes State Park which was founded in 1926 and Congress appropriated an additional 8.330 acres in 1966 to create the National Park. Today, over 15,000 acres have ...
... much like the Science Center in Toronto. There were tons of hands on activities and experiments and ************e else there. We picked up a family pass that gives us entry into 290 other centers across the States so we are set for the rest of the trip. We watched an Imax movie called the Last Reef then picked up some groceries and had a nice homemade dinner on the Mississippi!
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... at our destination for the night, we pulled into a nice little town called Lapeer where everyone was extremely friendly. Krista had the best day of her life when she was checking out of Kroger’s with some groceries and wine, she was asked to show her ID! The woman at the cash said “it was just that she looked so young”. Oh, groceries, a six pack tall cans and two bottles of wine (a stock up stop:)) was only $25! God Bless America!
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... years the profession went from being banned to being accepted by the health care profession. It was very interesting to read all the facts relating to the struggles.
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