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

Depth over distance everytime, my dear.

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Apr 28, 2012

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... of gardens, each of the nine sides having their own flower theme, water fountains dotted around them, all leading toward white steps that made us reconsider why we ever expressed the need to even see the steps of the Met in New York, simply just walking up to the temple was a journey in and of itself. Every last inch of the cornerstone engraved with the most intricate detail, above each entrance and each alcove inside is an ...

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 ...

Driving Home - There's more than corn in Indiana

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Nov 06, 2009

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This morning before we left the campground, I collected acorns (Misty loves to bat them around the house) and gumballs (no, not slimy, used chewing gum – the dried fruits from a sweet gum tree). While most internet sites give advice on how to avoid gum ball production, as a child I loved to collect gumballs in the fall. They fascinated me. describes how you can ...

Finished with the first step

A travel blog entry by dgmacnab on Dec 08, 2008

... The Independent: It's the prairies of Iowa, it's the craggy outcroppings of the Appalachians, it's the volcanoes of Hawaii, it's the muggy forests of the Amazon; welcome to the Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand. The bus pulled up to a shed-like building in the middle of the tussock grass, and the imported heather flowers sprinkled the rolling foothills of the crossing. Heather was imported from a Scottish bloke who wanted to make New Zealand look more like home. The ...

The largest living thing on Earth

A travel blog entry by lindsaygauge on Nov 08, 2007

... the road. Our home for the night was at Cathedral Gorge where Linds and I cooked our first meal for the group. In the morning we took a stroll around this magical area, a stranger rock formation than you'll ever see, it was like Arnie's Total Recall or something. From there we drove into Utah and settled into our new campsite surrounded by the towering red rocks of Zion. There we stayed for a few nights, spending the days walking on ...