Travelodge La Porte/Michigan City Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on packing).
Finally, in July once we get back from our trip I will also start adding the post-trip reports under my "Travel Pages".
VT has been around for years (I've been a member in the loosest sense since 2006), and I am certain that I will be able to pass my homepage on to my kids so they will always have this info and these memories.
Thanks so much for all your support insofar.
... were on our way again So thanks Dan and Dave and if you are reading this and you are ever in Australia please look us up and you will always be a welcome guests.
We continue driving and are enjoying these back roads and smaller towns which make up rural America. A bit before dark we come up behind an Amish horse and cart we are taken by surprise and soon we see more carts on the road with tell tale signs of horse manure on the side of the road. We ...
... You can see "Jules" crossed out. It was really fun. Ironically, there was also a Baseball and Music exhibit. As we left we got to see Johnny Cash's tour bus. Also a handwritten letter from Madonna when she was a college freshman at the University of Michigan, saying she wanted to move to NY and would probably "fail". haha. We spent about ...
August 31, 2006 Departure for Parts Unknown 1:30pm Chicago, Illinois Dear Readers: Two weeks at home / office between tours saw a huge amount of work accomplished. Jonathan and I cranked out a brochure that will hit the mails shortly after Labor Day, and I got a couple of new tours posted on our web site. My daughter, Alexis, is home for a semester break before commencing her second year at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego. She is ...
... breeze caresses your face, and your body stretches languorously under a down blanket, "Wake up, lazy bones!" Spell broken, you march half-blindly, with the labored gait of an invalid, to your child's room to pick the precious bundle that's not yet old enough to speak in complete sentences out of bed, change her diaper, jump-start the day... 2. To eat fabulous food. (In my husband's opinion, why else does one travel?) 3. To have some couple time (wink, wink). Remember what if ...