Super 8 Motel - Watseka
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... then crossed a draw bridge over the Kankakee River on Brandon Street with a great view of a lock and dam; but my attention was drawn to this sponginess I felt while peddling. Yes, you guessed, I had my first flat . Yea! The road had fast rolling trucks flying by and I was changing a bike tire. After we finished cleaning the mud off we were back on the road weaving through neighborhoods until we finally landed on the Wauponse Trail. We rode for a about 15 miles on ...
... sheep, I guess purchased at the market.
It must be the
onion season because we passed several camels being loaded up with
onions and then move the onions a kilometre or so down the road, I guess
though being moved to a collection point because we saw a large truck
being loaded but there was sure a lot of handling getting those onions
It was heart wrenching not to be up to camp by
the ocean, and we drove on and on with ...
... sunshine and no rain!
Our next destination was Tan-Tan further down the coast weather was apparently beautiful white sandy beaches with the road running right along the coast. We drove on about 30 km ignoring the two camping signs we saw and pulled in on a large flat hard shingle area and had a road running through it going down to the beach and were
sitting at one side of it with a GPS reading of N 28° 25.698 W 11° 23.227 at an elevation of 27 m
... Zinfandel (California) and a 2004 Domaine Paul Atard Cotes du Rhone (France). The wines were no dissapointment either. Speaking of wine, one of my agenda items for this trip was to find my good buddy a decent wine shop in the area. After exploring high and low the best we could come up with was wine department at the local grocery store. Wow. If I ever open a wine shop, remind me to put a franchise in Bourbonnais. ...
... that I list Paris in my Top 5 (aside from some millions of Bush-supporting Americans). One of the most beloved and romantic cities in the world, it does have numerous great sites of interest and world-class museums. The best of all, you can rarely go wrong to eat in this city (even the Chinese and Indian restaurants are good). Just some advice, learn some French! You cannot blame ...