Jameson Suites of Arlington Heights
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... was standing around with their cameras on tripods! Ah well, we got some pictures and our feet hurt so we just kept meandering back to the van.
We drove out of Chicago to find a reasonably priced hotel for the night. We decided on a Comfort Inn in Arlington Heights that had an ad in the travel plaza coupon book. Again, a good price and we were glad to be off the road for a bit of a rest.
Our total mileage for Saturday was 513.7 miles!
... we decided to take a bit of a walk down the infamous Michigan Avenue. Michigan Avenue is also known as the Magnificent Mile; one whole mile of shops, department stores and all the brand name places you could think of visiting. Unfortunately the store we were actually looking for (the Disney store) was closed, however we did do a spot of shopping in Walgreen's, as well as walked through Macy's (think Myer), and the Water ...
Today was the Memorial Day holiday so there was no need for either Max or Sarah to be up and about early. We conformed to our roughly-established routine of a leisurely breakfast followed by a little more tidying, cleaning and organising. I repotted the small (bonsai) ficus for Max's desk then helped Sarah assemble the shelves from Ikea. They were purchased as an additional component to a set M & S already owned; we were bemused to discover that they were marginally ...
... so large they look like hotels.
Our granddaughter Kayla was doing a soccer tournament in Orlando, so mom and she flew
down, while the rest of us did a 2 and a half day road trip down from Chicago to Orlando in Martin's SUV.
The first night we spent in Nashville, walked around downtown and watched the battle of the bands in the street. Very lively atmosphere with music everywhere. Shop selling proper leather cowboy boots, belts and ...
... it was the exact same dress the model wore in the painting, while most of the others were merely very similar. Also included were accessories such as parasols, gloves and shoes, as well as early fashion magazines. There was a small section on menswear, but an acknowledgement that in those days (the mid-to-late 1800s) gentlemen wore pretty much the same thing, day in and day out. We spent approximately two hours in this exhibition, then headed to a café in ...