Spring Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Devils Lake I continued south to Dixon Ill. On the way I drove through huge dairy farmland and big rolling hills. One little town I drove through had carved trolls everywhere, and another town New Glarus, Wisconsin is all swiss heritage. They had cows decorated everywhere. Many of the farms in this area also had the beautiful Jersey cows. The barns were decorated with a huge quilt square, ...
... about all of the canyon that I could tolerate. I kept having to take Tylenol and Ibuprofen to control my fever and that's not really how you 'treat' a fever. We went back to the hostel so I could rest. I think I napped again. We had a really great dinner in the hostel restaurant and shared a table with a really lovely couple from Germany. I love sharing travel stories with other people at the hostels; I think it's one of the best parts of traveling. Getting ready for bed ...
... own apples and activities which the little kids would love - wagon rides, hay bales to climb, a camel to look at.
Route 66 is not one continuous road so we needed to keep our eyes open for the signs. Also the route has 2 different routes from just south of Staunton to Springfield. We did not notice this until we thought we had lost the route just after Gillespie. We had a lovely detour along farm roads that I bet rarely ever get anyone other ...
... route once we had checked in.
The bus journey was pretty horrendous because it was hot, I
needed a wee, and I got sandwiched between a large guy in the window, and a
Peruvian woman with all her shopping in the aisle. The journey took a total of 6 hours. If you do choose to go to Chivay first, you
will most likely be standing for the 2 hours on to Cabanaconde. If you get off the bus at Chivay to use the
toilet, make sure you leave ...
... I’ve ever attempted. What we hadn’t realized was the effects that the altitude would have on us. Cabanaconde is almost 3,500 meters above sea level where the air is thin and it’s normal to feel short of breath just from walking up a flight of stairs. It’s advised to spend a few days acclimating to such great heights before undertaking any strenuous activity.
I’m not sure how to recount the horror of the ...