Chelsea House Pool & Gardens
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in Chicago and by 7:00 of so, back in Bloomington.
It was an all too short, but wonderful respite from winter in Central Illinois. Probably won't be that warm again until we head to Arizona for Spring Training in March.
Thanks for listening to me ramble on. I am home now and will update the pictures on the files as well. Check them out. We have some great sunset pictures. Take care my friends and ...
... cool apartments, lots of artists and apparently 400 bars and 312 restaurants. We were able to walk literally across the road and wash our clothes at a coin op laundry, it took less than an hour and cost all of about $5.75. Bargain. By then it was after 9pm, so we decided against going out, got a takeaway pizza from the store next door, also some wine from the store next door (it's a pharmacy, so it sells liquor, cigarettes and chocolates) and had an early ...
... with the Keys to the north referred to as The Northern Territories). This is the town that inspired Jimmy Buffett’s song Margaritaville, after all.
First impressions can be deadly however, and I thought we might have to abandon feisty Key West a little early. We did an evening walk along the very famous Duval St and found ourselves battling cruise ship types and an early wave of Spring Breakers who ...
... quick dip in the pool before getting ready for dinner at a nearby restaurant. The two local specialties are Key Lime Pie, a lime flavoured cheesecake, and abundant seafood options. Tonight we dined at Camille’s which is a local restaurant close to the hotel - a martini, local beer, fresh salmon and home made Key Lime Pie. Glad we didn’t have much for lunch and had lots of walking exercise in the afternoon.
... entertainers down there and the sunset was spectacular. I headed back to the hustle and bustle of Duval Street and started at an Irish Bar that had some 'live' music going on. I spent the rest of the night bar hopping pretty much. I met a group of 5 people who I hung out with for most of the night and they let me tag along with them. I also met a kiwi taxi driver who had been living in Key West for the last 12 years who said he'd take ...