Holiday Inn Express Sycamore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sycamore
... to Chicago anyway. The weather held and we made 30 minute ride on the scooter to train station. The train moved slowly and took almost 2 whole hours to get in to the city! It stopped about 20 times on the way in and it was a heavy day for passengers. We did get a bonus by waiting for the weekend to travel in. Normally, we would have paid $23 a piece but a weekend pass was $7.00. We arrived at the Ogilvie Station and hike about 20 minutes to our first ...
... You could see why the site was chosen for his home as it gave a great vantage point to the town below.
Some town names remind us of family and friends back home-- yesterday there was Smithland and today Elizabeth and, can you believe it, Lena; Smithland was in Iowa and Elizabeth and Lena in Illinois.
In Rockford, we started seriously looking for a place to get an oil change. Not having seen many RVs on the road today it ...
o 2 plug convertors (life savers)
o Mini first aid kit (you never know)
o Padlock (to reduce chance of theft)
o Pack of cards (proved to be fun on the plane rides)
o Tickets/ booking confirmations (can ...
... and picked up some food for dinner tonight.
When we got baffk to the house I fixed BBQ Beef for dinner and we ate it when Ken got home. diane didn'tm get in until about 8pm so we heated up some BBQ for her. Then we watched a move on Identy theft.
Have a great evening and God bless all the wonderful people we met at Loyola Press and all my blog readers.
... my mother, brooding at the kitchen table, her coat already on, the only comment she made was: “I’ll be in the car.”
Never a good sign.
She was libel to run off to the store, the library, or some other social commitment if I took too long to get ready. She could obviously tell I wasn't exactly ready to leave just yet, but that was of little relevance.
I could tell: We were to be on the road soon, whether I was ready ...