Old Victorian Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
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Today is the day. We are scheduled to be picked up at 8am for our transport to the RV. We grab a coffee and sort of Brekkie and wait. The drive is around 90 minutes and seamless. On the other-hand, the traffic into the city is bumper to bumper as there had been an accident earlier in the morning. On the drive we start to plan. We need a : Room mate agreement Bathroom roster A/C temperature agreement A no hanky ...
... s brother and his wife. They live in Wheaton, IL which is in the west suburbs of Chicago. Our GPS was taking us on Rt 90 through the city of Chicago, but we thought since it was Sat afternoon, we would have no problems - WRONG! We were stuck in traffic for about 1 1/2 hours, just inching along. We finally came to our exit and vowed to never make that ...
Our story begins in Wauconda. Sean and Melissa got up at 4:30 am to get ourselves ready and got the girls up at 5 am. After breakfast of chocolate chip muffins (chosen by Claire), the girls got bathed and dressed and we packed our last few items into the suitcases and packed the car. Claire was really excited! After kissing the cats and horses (the pugs had already been banished to Sean's clinic the night before), we left at 6:30 am ...
... the week to use as our home base. Vacation home rentals are called "self catering" homes in Ireland. We have used owner vacation rentals many times here in the States and have always had great experiences. We had a blast looking at potential homes over many months but finally settled on a beautiful, family owned home in a very rural setting about 2 hours south of Dublin. The home has been in the family for over 500 years ...
... bucks and hurried to sit in traffic again. IDOT, in its infinite wisdom, shut down 2 of the 3 lanes leading to the main route into Illinois.
When I made it through the bottleneck, we stopped for Culver's at our usual post-StL place in Collinsville. Inside a magician was trolling for business by offering kids free balloon animals. He was pretty good. Andrew got a dinosaur and an alien, complete with helmet. We also got free jokes, but the punchlines were a birmobvious. ...