Holiday Inn Express Ottawa

Address: 120 W Stevenson Rd, Ottawa, Illinois, 61350, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel is located on 120 W Stevenson Rd, Ottawa.
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Travel Blogs from Ottawa

Could really use another soak...and a shower!!!

A travel blog entry by katiekat on Oct 18, 2010

... that I wouldn´t make it back to Arequipa in time to catch my overnight bus to Cuzco we decided to spend the night and trek out early in the AM. Ahhhh good cause my belly is full and I could really use a siesta in the sun!

The accommodations at the hostal here were a little more of the norm, somewhat real walls and a bed that sat on an actual bed frame, haha. A ...

Nothing Worthwhile is Ever Easy

A travel blog entry by chegberg on Jun 26, 2010

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... goal of South Bend, IN (Wal-mart parking lot) and stayed at a rest stop near Howe, IN for the night. We were already stopped at the rest stop to let the dogs out and use the RV sewage dump (how lovely). But, they had a Gloria Jean's coffee shop there, so it was just fine with me to stay overnight. Ham, Sue's potato salad and green beans for dinner - road food - yum! Then a good sleep...

~ Patty



A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Nov 01, 2008

... or Illini). This was basically a loose political alliance of several tribes c1500-1700AD. They were encroached upon by the Iroquois from the east and their numbers substantially reduced, allowing the Algonquian speaking Potawatomi, Miami and Sauk tribes to take over, particularly around the Lakes.

2. Early European

The Illinois area was basically French until the Revolution. The French explorers Jacques Marquette and ...

Radium City; Underground Railroad

A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Oct 31, 2008

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... the primary traders), Algonquin, Cree, Montagnais, Nipissing and Chippewa Indian tribes.

Ottawa was incorporated in 1853 (when the railway arrived) but founded in 1823 by early settlers and in particular the French explorer/ fur trader Louis Jolliet. In 1929 Ottawa was put on the plan of the Canal Commission (a plan to link the Great Lakes with the Mississippi) as a main stop. Its main claim to fame is that it is the site of the famous ...


A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Oct 30, 2008

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... to Council Overhang (where I imagined the native Americans holding their councils or smoking peace pipes- probably not true but felt real). It was a hollowed out rock chamber on a sloping bed of sand and looked like it would be a good shelter for a reasonable size group.

Then along to Ottawa and doubling back along the other (steeper and quite slippery) side of the canyon to Kaskaskia. The sun came dappling through the ...