BEST WESTERN PLUS La Porte hotel & Conference Center
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... motorhome while I did some work, read and more work. Sunday, was another day of Jim recouperating, me doing a little work and researching where to go next. Terry and Jim worked on his car and Marilyn finished up some yard work. Then Marilyn and I went to store and pick up dinner. Monday, Terry worked on Jim's car and Marilyn and I went to lunch with other women family members to a nice restaurant on the ND campus. We went to the grotto and ...
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... plant and a sawmill with a 5 foot saw blade (yikes -- watch those fingers). The museum sits on 155 acres with a beautiful pond. While walking around I saw a swan (I think) and a flock of geese (again I think) on the pond (see the ...
... was close by and the beer was cheap, so a good night was had all round. On Thursday i went to Battery Park and strolled around the harbour and saw the Satue of Liberty.After speaking to the guys on my first night they said the Statten Island ferry doesn't go too close so i decided to get a water taxi but it was FULL of Chinese and Japanese and the queue was stupidly long so thought i would walk back up town, i still took some photos though. In the evening ...
... Park, Millenium Park, Soldier Field, and more. The "tour" portion was lacking, mostly because we just wanted to zoom around on our segways and observe the surroundings, but we did learn some history. We were stopped by people every 2 minutes wanting to know where we got them and how much it was. It was "the coolest we have ever felt in our lives", just as the safety video promised. We did graduate to yellow key later which allowed you to go up to 8mph (faster ...