TownePlace Suites Marriott Joliet
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... Unfortunately, I will only be staying for the night at a Holiday Inn so the sight-seeing will have to be an adventure for another time! Though it might be a good thing since I have to be up early to board! Haha
Once I call a cab service, arrive at the port, and go through the registration process, it is time to have some fun! Especially since I will have to spend TWO WHOLE days at sea before arriving to my first ...
... map book I've been going through at night for the past month. I first wanted to drive this road after watching the series Jericho and doing some research on the actual town but the desire has been really strong since my first visit and road trip in the USA with Viv two years ago.
Leaving Joliet the snow became a blizzard - later we learned it was the worst spring snowfall in 30 years.....and we - by we I mean Richard - drove through the worst of it, until it was ...
... at a lovely Lovey Truck Stop, backed our rig in between two semis, powered up the generator and the a/c (gotta love camping!) and hit the sack.
After 5 hours rest we got back on the road...next stop St. Louis. All the times I've been out west with my parents, and I've never been up in the arch. The plan is to change that today. We should be there within the hour...so stay tuned. I'm guessing I'll have a few pictures to share.
... gets me everytime. I love it.....yet I am so sad to leave my family. I hate not being close to them. It's fun to have all of us together. So you see I am always torn by this dilemma. I also always feel like my fam at home feels like I dont love them a lot or something because I choose to be away from them. I truly hope this is not the case but it's something that I think about often. As I stated before....the west calls me and I am weak and can't ...
... country): Anywhere in Scandinavia - I was very impressed to find people eager to speak perfect English with me as it's a common second language.
Most expensive: Oslo, where I paid $27 for a burger and $7.50 for a Coke. Sheesh.
Least expensive: Prague. The Czech koruna is the best deal you'll get for your US dollar.
Most overwhelming: London. You can spend ages here and not see everything!
But of course, the best city in Europe is Copenhagen! :)