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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was a 7 hour drive through Illinois on toll roads that took us for $30.00!! That would have been okay if the roads were decent but we shook and rattled the whole way. After hearing about Spartan chassis I'm ready to sell the Honey Badger and do all we can to buy an Entegra. Seeing the construction yesterday convinced me of a quieter coach from the bottom up. I was in a really foul mood. But here we are at ...
... Community. While at the tunnel I met a group of Amish young people. When they were near the center of the tunnel they began to sing. The harmony echoing off the halls of the tunnel was beautiful. When I left the tunnel to travel back to wilton I came across the Amish Parking Lot. There must have been 10 buggies sitting there. I should have stopped and taken a photo. ...
Wisconsin State - "America's Dairyland"
Decided to break the trip through to Minneapolis so stayed halfway at Wisconsin Dells. Reminded us of Pigeon Forge with amusement and water parks everywhere. A real summer holiday spot for the tourists. Population is 2600 but one hotel alone (Mt Olympus) advertised 1500 rooms.
After a day at the factory and some extra effort this AM. The factory has got, I hope, all of Tina's problems solved. Left Decatur, IN at 9:30 this AM. Drove 435 miles today. So we have driven 1050 miles on our trip.
It was 41 degrees this AM when we went out.
The scenery is repetitive- corn fields as far as the eye can see. Less than exciting.
Susan slept well since she was tired from sleeping in the car? What? Oh well.
The dells is a beautiful resort area. It must be packed in season. We head west across I 90. The lilacs are in full bloom on huge tree like shrubs! Dirt is brown to black and freshly planted with fields already showing the life cycle of death to life. We see cranberry bogs too. Some highways are marked by letters rather than numbers, like hwy. HH. Gas is about ...