Super 8 Gilman, Il

1301 S Crescent St, Gilman, Illinois, 60938, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 1301 S Crescent St, Gilman.
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Travel Blogs from Gilman

Iroquois (61 miles)

A travel blog entry by vagabondlively on Aug 11, 2014

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I wadded all of my soaked gear up into my panniers and tried to wait out some of the raging storm this morning before leaving the pavilion. I decided to go into Iroquois (pop 154) because my map tells me there's city park camping. This means it's free! The ride was a bummer. I had a headwind and rain almost the entire day. I called the mayor to confirm that it was ok to camp in the park. He was very pleasant ...

That that was as far south as we were going

A travel blog entry by ivan.mclellan on May 18, 2011

... his 20Dm tip now, and also a shirt or shoes or both! We told him we give him his when we returned.

made our way into the old city wandering through it along with a lot of
other tourists, all looking at the junk they put out the tourists, we
obviously now getting into the tourist route so I guess we can expect
this from now on, there's quite a contrast with the near naked western
females and the ladies of the city to cover everything including ...

If you build it they will come

A travel blog entry by bekandjesse on Oct 05, 2009

1 comment, 5 photos

Making friends is marvelous! We headed South (trying to get warmer but not being very successful) to Stelle, Illinois to catch up with Bill and Becky, two of the teachers from our Permaculture course.

Stelle is a small community, in the middle of Illinois cornfields, that has a growing sustainability focus and as a result ...


A travel blog entry by sixalpha on May 28, 2007

2 photos

... didn't look like much, but being an aviator I had to check it out. In these post 9/11 paranoia days, it's rare to find an airport with no fences. Just a runway and a few hangars next to the highway. I was saddened when I first checked it out. The place was deserted. There was one guy working on his plane in a hangar, but the FBO was closed, and the ...


A travel blog entry by sixalpha on May 27, 2007

... day, you can get day-passes on the Metra (commuter rail) and CTA (the "L" and busses). Also on my agenda for this trip was to find my good buddy a decent donut shop. Evidently, the local Donut King just doesn't cut it. So what do we find just a few blocks from the Metra station? Dunkin' Donuts. Manna in the desert baby. It's gonna be a good day... Our plan was to get to Chicago in time to hit the Chicago ...