la Villa Motel

917 Shiloh Boulevard, Zion, Illinois, 60099, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 917 Shiloh Boulevard, Zion.
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Travel Blogs from Zion

Day 15 - Chicago

A travel blog entry by dadrukker on May 08, 2012

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Today was a beautiful day and we tried to take advantage of it. We started with a trip up in the John Hancock Tower to soak up the views. And they were awesome. The buildings/city, the beautiful lakefront drive, and Lake Michigan. Very interesting. Then we headed over to Millennium Park. We had a delicious lunch in the Park Grill. I tried one of their grilled cheese pulled pork sandwiches. Despite how it sounded, it was ...

Catch (up) 22

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Sep 28, 2011

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... amp; she's very obnoxious about the 'Frank was
the doctor, not the monster' correction so even I've had
to watch my tongue haha). We've been watching youtube
videos all week on creepy makeup, aswell as practicing
her monster walk/limp every moment we've had (which has
made for some interesting looks ...

Almost Ready to Go!

A travel blog entry by bouzie1982 on Aug 27, 2010

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Hi Friends:

I decided to create a blog to use while I'm traveling. I have to say, I usually find blogs to be self-indulgent and pointless. This one probably won't be any different. This blog is mostly for me so that I have some sort of record of my travels and a place to deposit the awesome pictures I'm going to take along the way on my shiny new blue camera. Please read it ...

Meeting them

A travel blog entry by sherbano on Dec 28, 2008

... was the right decision and less did I know that my new host family will be incredibly what I had ever dreamt of!!! Yes! I finally took the step to a new family, a new house...which soon became a home, my abode. God bless Mr. Becker, one of the most sweetest teachers at my school, Evanston Township High School. I approched him with my request to search for someone who might be in terested in hosting me. With his care and concern, he immediately looked for ...

What are we doing on our trip?

A travel blog entry by aldemoye on Jun 18, 2008

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... information from key stakeholders - government officials, NGOs, product distributors, community-based organizations and health care providers - that will help our engineer counterparts develop a miniaturized version of the big PCR machine that can be utilized in more health care facilities in more rural settings. This will enable us to essentially bring the lab to the patient, instead of bringing the patient (or ...