The Lotus Suites

Address: 4601 W Yorkhouse Road, Wadsworth, Illinois, 60083, United States | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on 4601 W Yorkhouse Road, Wadsworth, is near Six Flags Great America, KeyLime Cove, Genesee Theatre, and The Tempel Lipizzans.
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    Travel Blogs from Wadsworth

    I'm goin home I've done my time

    A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... gentle reader, bye 12.16 Not bye actually, because of Bevs temporary inability to bend I have had to take on a number of servile roles. Knicker putter on, **** on floor picker upper and now flight sock *****. The customers on Delta flight to Atlanta watched with glee while I struggled to get these virtually rigid bloody things over Bevs heel. Things were more complicated by Bevs insistence that the socks be wrinkle free. I'd have much preferred being Nora Battys flight sock ...

    Night 31: Home Again

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... and listened on the radio as we drove out of town. Eastern Iowa is a blur of corn and gas stations. Altoona, the Amana Colonies, Iowa City, the Quad Cities. We did stop for a spell at the World's Biggest Trick Stop in Wolcott, a mega gas station with showers , a trucker shop, truckomat, a chapel, a food court, several unique shops, a museum. This was as advertised. We crossed the Mississippi near our winter eagle hunting grounds and drove across the lush farmland of Whiteside and ...

    And so the adventure begins...

    A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... work. Best of all, we're together and laughing about it. Sunday We had reservations for entry to Villa Borghese so we had to get up relatively early. Total sleep time was about 3.5 hours. We decided to walk in order to get our bearings and soak in the neighborhood. The museum was well worth it and we were both drawn in by many of the famous pieces of art. Notable was Daphne & Apollo, Pluto & Proserpina. Bernini was absolutely amazing. Our brains were overwhelmed by ...

    Step 1: Camp Wood, er, Camp Mobile

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 27, 2013

    ... I'll be doing something Lewis & Clark didn't: I'll be bringing a baby..... Wait! They DID bring a baby, little Jean Chabboneau, Sacajawea's baby. They did it without the Interstate and across a country full of unknown Indian nations. I'll have gas stations and c-stores and fresh water everywhere. If I'm tired of camping, there will be motels. Most of the grizzlies, whom they called "gentlemen," are dead. But where they remain, I will ...

    Packing up the van again...

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Aug 14, 2012

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    ... our June trip out West, this trip has a time limit. I have to return to work in two weeks so that I can hurry my way to the picket lines. BY going east and staying in more populated areas, I have a lot of opportunities to evacuate the trip. There are what I call "escape routes" back to Chicago with a varied network of Interstates and major highways. Unlike my earlier trip, I do nto have to worry about a lack of services. There is also going to be a lot of history on ...