la Villa Motel

Address: 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

Just over 2 months away!!

A travel blog entry by heatherlingner on Jun 14, 2012

... re going to do our best to make it authentic. Oh, and not to give ourselves food poisoning!

We are getting close to crunch time. All of our payments are due by July 20th. I've also set up my immunization appointment on July 7! Things are rolling right along.

We were also lucky to have 2 members of the EBF Missions Committee join us at our last meeting. Matt ...

Catch (up) 22

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Sep 28, 2011

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... pass.
Every emotion I have is fleeting, except, of course, my
love for this place.) We had another trip out to Indiana
to make the most of the fading summer sun, we had a
road trip to Wisconsin for a failed venture into skydiving
(thank the lovely bi-polar weather for that!), we've had a
scavenger hunt ...

Leavin on a jet plane

A travel blog entry by northwestsiders on Oct 14, 2010

It's the night before the big trip and I'm so excited, nervous, anxious and tired! I've been packing for 2 days only to find out that I've packed way too much and my bag is over the weight limit. So I'm now un-packing. Surprise surprise.

I'm so thankful for all my mom's help with our travel plans and for coming over tonight to get me and Ivan all set with our packing (and ...

Home Sweet Home

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

... br>
The first day, we went to the Island of La Grande Jatte. It was amazing how the trees looked so much like the painting. We shared bread, cheese, salami and wine for a perfect afternoon picnic! After, Aaron took us to his favorite bookstore which had a lot of really old books and dusty velvet chairs to sit on. THEN we went to Orsay which was my FAVORITE museum of the trip. The top floor is filled with impressionist and post-impressionist painters. I never realized ...

Finished with the first step

A travel blog entry by dgmacnab on Dec 08, 2008

... a volcano. Oh, I forgot to mention that the Red Crater is a volcano! The tour guide assured us that they keep tabs on the area and would have never taken us on the trail if they felt it was ready to blow. The volcano to really worry about is roughly a mile and a half away, Mt. Ruapahu, which last erupted ten years ago. Still, it's uneasy to know molten rock is trying to find its way to the surface right under your feet. The way down was much the same as the way up, ...