Best Western Monee Inn
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... and the fence put in after he died. I can't imagine all that the neighbors put up with living here…people constantly driving by. Although the cross street is named after the Jackson Family….Jackson Street was coincidentally named after the president. The yards and homes on the block are in rough shape just like all of ...
... Magnificent Mile, over the river, and South onto I-55. I was done with the studying, the noisy neighbors and being cooped up inside because Chicago winter's are miserable. There are few things as rewarding than feeling the tension ease out of you as you press your foot to the accelerator and watch the Chicago skyline fade in your rear view mirror.
30 minutes later we arrived in La Grange to ...
... rights" organization about circuses, none of which had anything to do with us, but she wouldn't be convinced. We largely stayed out of it and let the sponsor handle it (we'd talked with him earlier about this very issue and he has NO tolerance for such ignorance), but it was depressing to overhear it all the same.
Our last stop of the day was the pick-me-up we needed...the students had just finished their lunch and were ...
... the room for Al Capone to escape through if someone was after him. This is now a very smart conference room with marble floors and walls. There were six rusty stains on the floor where six barbers chairs had previously been. John stood on each of the six stains so that he could say he had ACTUALLY been exactly where Al Capone had been.
After a few more film locations we walked in a westerly direction back to Union Station along West Jackson Boulevard, which was now a one ...
... the Hundred Years' War, after which the mouth of the estuary was closed every night with a great chain. The narrow mouth of the Dart is protected by two fortified castles, Dartmouth Castle and Kingswear Castle. Originally Dartmouth's only wharf was Bayard's Cove, a relatively small but picturesque area protected by a fort at the southern end of the ...