Stoney Creek Inn Galena
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Travel Blogs from Galena
... river. Lovely rolling hills very much like at home. Still lots of corn which I've since found out is being produced for biofuel. We ended up at friends of Pete and Dens - Shiv and Shobi. They met each other on a cruise in Egypt 3 years ago. They are lovely people who live at Dubuque and it was great of them to put the 6 of us up for the night. Another late night - after going out for dinner to The Chophouse we hit the sack at 1 ...
... we went from Wisconsin to Iowa to visit friends of Denise and Pete..people they met on their Egypt trip. Shobi and Shiv ( not sure of spelling) ..an Indian couple who have lived in the states for about 20 years. The live in a District...houses are on acre lots ..lovely two story house ...no fences anywhere. They have invisible fences for their pets ...who wear a collar ..prevents them from going outside ...
... shops and banks that are selling tickets for the show. The town was still a bit sleepy, so we didn't encounter that many folks who were ready to say good morning to a clown, but we did meet a woman on the sidewalk who told us she'd just moved there a week and a half ago and was utterly delighted to meet a real circus clown. Aw.
The bulk of the morning was spent outside of the restaurant, Goodtimes, owned by a ...
... of the conference was "Connected with Christ and His Mission". Two hundred delegates from fourteen Spanish speaking countries were present and we thoroughly enjoyed getting to know new people, catching up with old friends, and "pushing" the Emmaus courses. The conference was truly set up with the idea of connecting and networking God's people together as we had long meal breaks and an hour each way ride in buses to our hotel. ...
Dickeyville is a town in south-eastern Wisconsin, not far from the Mississippi River. Elenka, our amiga Lynn from Owen Sound, and I were driving through the town, perhaps named in honour of the Toronto Blue Jays less than stellar knuckle baller, R.A. Dickey. It was late afternoon and we were on our way to Chicago when I saw the circa 1950s, Bates-like motel. We just had to pull in.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services