Stoney Creek Inn - East Peoria
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... If I can upload the video of that moment, I’ll post it here...she was a lot of fun!
Our lunch break was next, which was good because John was exhausted…one more school program at 1:30pm and then we’re off to Kewanee (which we still have to learn how to pronounce). We’re staying at a YMCA tonight and we’ve already been told we can use their facilities while we’re there, so I’m definitely taking advantage of that!
... Ambler's Texaco." We passed one of the Meramec Caverns signs along 66 south of Odell.
Annie wanted to walk through some corn so we stopped by the farm in Lexington. She also got to experience picking green beans and then snapping and canning them when we arrived home.
Our final picture of this leg was of Erin and Annie at the sign that began the trip with Reece and Rhett.
... when he can get down there.
Repairing the speedometer meant removing the inoperative one and replacing it with one of Bill's spares. That meant getting up behind the dashboard. Bill is about 6'2" and isn't as young and flexible as he used to be. Fortunately he has a younger chap named Nick who works with him occasionally and can squeeze up behind the dash. The previous owner had done extensive restoration work on this car and had made a real mess of ...
... appear I dropped her wallet. After a bit of shouting, a helpful gas station attendant and a few calls we discovered it had been handed back in to our hostel in Chicago. After a bit more shouting we decided not to drive all the way back to Chicago but to instead UPS it from the hostel to our next Motel we just had to find a UPS office first. We drove to Pontiac to look at the sites and find a diner and plan our UPS situation. We ...
Day 6: car pick up in Chicago!! Wednesday Day 6 arrived the day we picked up the car it started with us checking out of are stupidly expensive hotel in the middle of shy town grant Park we got the subway(train (we wasn't hungry)) to the airport to find a bloke called Alimo, once we caught up with him he turned out to be a paul gascoine (gazza), he was a man city fan from ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services