Red Roof Inn and Suites Kentland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Too childish.
They have a traffic light system to tell us when a newborn calf will be born. Red means nothing, yellow means they've brought over a mom, Green means a calf is being born. We saw the Green light so we dashed over. They have a great indoor seating arena where you can walk a ...
... Queen, where the newspaper came out to take photos and interview John. I went along and had a chance during shows to get a lot of work done, including sponsor phone calls and catching up on the blog. The senior center had unsecured wi-fi (bless them) so I set up a temporary office in the lobby and typed fast and furiously.
The Dairy Queen was across the street from a CVS and since I needed to refill a prescription, I figured that ...
... as a
landmark, so use that on the GPS, this took us straight into town,
straight into the old city with cars parked each side, produce trolleys
both sides with enough room for them at home to squeeze by, just, and of
course add to this, the people wandering across the road, the bicycles
weaving in and out, motorcycles weaving in and out, the car is coming
towards me, the cars going my Way were no problem, they were behind me!
... even in Top 50). There are some very personal reasons involved that I don't want to elaborate here. In the end, there is only one country having more than one city in the final 10, which turns out to be Canada....must be a surprise for many people. In the final five, actually only two are from Europe; with also two cities in final five, South America is able to claim to be "my second ...
... it goes... 10. Antigua, Guatemala (including nearby Lake Atitlan and Chichicastenango): It is that small Spanish colonial town in the mountains, just one hour from ill-reputed Guatemala City (so you can fly to Guatemala City International Airport and head to Antigua directly). This town is small, easy to walk around and has many nice cafe and bars. It also has highest density of Spanish language schools in Guatemala. ...