Shiloh Morning Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we then made tracks towards Navy Pier. It's basically a fairground, shops, restaurants and bars all based on a pier on Lake Michigan. It's a busy, bustling place full of families enjoying the weather. We stopped for a drink at a perfect spot at the end of the pier to view the impressive Chicago skyline.
We wandered along Michigan avenue towards the Chicago Tribune building. The outside walls are decorated with stones and rocks from famous buildings ...
... s retreat, although it was never used for that
We left the park and crossed into Texas, of course stopping at the visitors' center for maps. The traffic through Fort Worth was terrible! When we finally made it home to Austin we were greeting by our loving husbands and a beautiful dinner that they prepared, complete with lovely table setting and flowers! Aren't we the lucky gals!?
The CG was fairly large, but mostly empty. At one time, it was quite a park, but that time had come and gone some years before. Virtually everything in the place appeared worn down or worn out. It was very quiet and safe-feeling, although just a little depressing due to its condition. But we'd certainly stay there again. Partly, the cost was very reasonable. Y'all know that appeals to me!
Next: on to Kansas!
... including this area. It is so disappointing to see the families coming here this summer not able to frolic in the water as they would like to. Hopefully, next year will be different and refreshing.
Also located within the area is the Chickasaw Nation Cultural Center. We attended a full days activities that included a active 'model village', Native Indians performed meaningful dances [like the Bear Dance], and finally, a huge museum ...
... got more and more frequent. Eventually it started to rain a little but nothing too bad. Then all of a sudden the heavens opened up and it was like we were in a shower but the water was EVERYWHERE. WE had to drive about 20 mph so that we didn't skid and also because we simply couldn't see very far. After about 100 miles of slow driving and horrible rain it started to slow down a little bit. Sam continued to power through this drive ...