Super 8 Ottawa Starved Rock St Pk Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hit the spot. Have a hard time believing the owner’s name was Pancho McEnroy,
About the Alpaca, the llama and the dogs…..they all are part of the community and act as such, just mingling among the people. Alpaca are particularly adorable coming up to you to be petted, and just have very, very cute faces…they do seem very inquisitive tho, trying to open door knobs and such…it does seem like some are people’s pets.
... and only when I began to eat did I notice the eyes and teeth. I had the head. I did not care for the taste and soon put is aside. Later I asked the guide who advised me the best way to have cuy is fried and the leg was the best part. The next day, the same resturant served cuy frito and the leg was much better than the head. Apparently, the locals also eat the head and then look for a small bone in the ear called the zorra and use ...
The Illinois Wabash Company attempted to claim Illinois, but an Illinois Territory was created 3/2/1809. The capital was an early French settlement, Kaskaskia.
The new Northwest Ordinance of 1818 attempted to settle the boundaries of the newly created Illinois and Indiana, though not without competing claims to the shore of Lake Michigan. In the end Nathaniel Pope managed to argue successfully ...
... closed their hiring season so we couldn’t go for a boat ride down the river, unfortunately. However, we did look around their boats, which was very interesting- they are SO cheap compared to ours. They had recently had a flood (the whole area had lots of large lakes close to the river) and the flood-damaged boats were even cheaper (tempting but too difficult to import).
Illinois has a mix of European immigrants, starting with the French ...
... back along the other (steeper and quite slippery) side of the canyon to Kaskaskia. The sun came dappling through the coloured autumn leaves, red, yellow, gold and it was amazingly, breathtakingly beautiful. Kaskaskia was probably our favourite, with its waterfall with the tree in and large pool beneath.
We were lucky enough to spot a beautiful kingfisher. We heard, but didn't see, the woodpeckers. We headed along the top of ...