Super 8 Bloomington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... no luck. Off we go! But first Tami made me aware of a cigar shop across the street where I bought a lighter to replace the one the effing TSA confiscated on the way here. Off we go! Well for a couple miles maybe, there was a visitor center we had to stop at. I believe our previous delays was divine intervention because when we pulled in to the visitor center... there was a Schwan's ice cream truck! We were fortunate he did indeed have a half gallon ...
... and left. I tried not to run in my vacation too much. One guy asked me what I was going to bring him from Peru. I told him I'd get him a llama. He got excited until someone told him I was joking. Apparently, he thought I was serious. I made it to my eye doc appointment on time (barely). The doc confirmed that I have a bacterial infection in my eye, and gave me antibiotic eye drops to take for ...
... to get the shot and have the papers to prove it than to get stuck somewhere in quarantine.
The same week, one of my friends who travels a lot also went to the travel clinic. Instead of emphasizing the importance of not being lunch for bugs or stray animals, the doctor she spoke with told her all the possible nasty side affects of the shots she was getting. It's like having ...
First, full disclosure. I did not find this out myself. A good friend and golfing buddy by the name of Denny Perzo sent me this information and I could NOT believe it. I knew nothing about it. I had to look it up, and I'll be darned if it's not true. It is! John Tyler, probably known primarily by non-historians as the last part of the campaign slogan, "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too," was the 10th President of the United ...
... when Uncle Sardis died. It was lived in by members of the Hayes family until taken over by a Foundation in 1965. They still run it today. The many trees on the grounds are beautiful and then as you near Hayes' grave, you see beautiful blue/purple flowers everywhere. They are Siberian Squill (I had to ask). They looked like violets to me.
I would relinquished the $12 admission charge (including a $1 discount for senior ...