la Villa Motel

917 Shiloh Boulevard, Zion, Illinois, 60099, United States | Motel
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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


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 ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by hui-wayrobbery on Sep 01, 2009

It is quite possible no one is reading this, considering our trip ended 3 days ago, but we never commented on Paris or London and I don't like leaving things unfinished!

As I mentioned in the previous entry, when we were on the train to Paris we ran into Aaron Ricciardi! It was very refreshing to have a personal guide for three days. As much as I LOVE maps and making plans, it was fun to get to read a book while we were walking somewhere and just trust that we would ...

Finished with the first step

A travel blog entry by dgmacnab on Dec 08, 2008

... could barely see more than an eighth of a mile and the wind kind of kept us on our feet. Then we reached the ascent to the Red Crater in which we were climbing on loose, very loose, rock that arrived beneath our feet years ago in a cataclysmic eruption. I surely would have felt better knowing that if I fell large distances on my right or left I would stop soon, but I didn't, due to the fog, and this made it fun. It was about 45 degrees Fahrenheit with 20 mph wind gusts ...

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 ...