Baymont Inn & Suites Mundelein Libertyville Area
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Originally I published this entry to get the starting location for our trip. Then I noticed it got a lot of hits, so here's my saga of packing.
When did packing become so hard? I seem to recall when I was younger I'd slam dunk things in the suitcase in one hour and be ready to go. Over the years, packing seems to have exploded into a multi-day, tension-filled process.
For one thing, as we get older, we need more stuff for ...
... to use my existing card for entry and purchases, as it is recognised globally. Our purchases today weren't many, as we knew we had limited space in the car - toilet rolls, laundry detergent, dishwashing powder and rinse aid. On our return to the car, however, we realised we were in strife - even fully dismantled, the wheelchair would not fit in the boot; neither would the Ikea flat pack shelving or the tall mirror. We discussed and rejected several options - Maggie ...
... from my carry-on into my suitcase. Right now we're all on a school bus headed down to Chicago to catch our flight to Houston. We will spend the night in Houston and then tomorrow is a new day with new adventures and hopefully no delays or cancellations! Right now Cuernavaca feels like a million miles away but soon enough we will be in the city of eternal spring! ...
After a late start, a major traffic jam on I-55 over the Kankakee River (1 hour for 3 miles) and a wrong turn by Busch Stadium, we arrived at our campsite at 8:30.
Despite the crummy drive – there were bright spots. We saw several pristine vintage cars while driving I-55 (part of historic Route 66). A 1967 Camero Super Sport convertible in jewel tone turquoise breezed by on the ...
... with the sore knee). We got there just in time for lunch and it was Micky D's again. Alas for ease and time this place is up the top of the list as the kids know it and are comfortable with the food. But you do not up size as there is no small and the regular- well there is way too much fries and drink.
Next up was the architecture cruise up the river(s). Wow! - the city is an amazing mix of styles and with our guide Kevin we got the whole story ...