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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... showed me around, gave me closing up instructions, and opened a garage for me to park my bike by a tractor. She said all they ask for in return for my stay is a thank you note in their scrapbook. I think it's so sweet that they offer special accommodations to travelers. The park would have been fine, but this is amazing. The building ended up being the mayor's office. There was a cot set up on the ...
... eyes, which peer out through a mesh. I often wonder what they think!
guess we could have wandered round the marketplace for another hour or
taken up the offer of the guy that wants to guide us around the place,
but I felt an hour was sufficient, so we wandered back to the motorhome,
the washing was three quarters finished, so we went on to look at the
wharf, the boat construction, the sorting of the nets and the long
lines, and the ...
... the houses and the phone company there run on solar power. The community also has an organic garden, organic orchid and organic chicken co-op for those in the community who are interested in participating. We spent a quick three days here catching up with Bill and Becky, meeting their family and friends and looking around the ...
... parked out front obviously hadn't flown in quite some time. At a quick glance, the runway was intact, but not overly well kept. General Avaiation airports typically struggle for funding, and we lose a few every year. Flying's expensive, and the aviation economy is tough. I really hoped this place wasn't on it's way out. Looking further down the ...
... Alas, my impeccable sense of direction took us everywhere but, and we ended up arriving at the museum 45 minutes before it closed. Not worth it. So instead of taking the subway back, we chose the scenic route, and walked State Blvd. from Lincoln Park back down to the Loop. It was actually a fascinating walk. The transiston was really neat. The walk starts you in Lincoln Park, and then takes you through some ...