Comfort Inn Downers Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Walked to the Hertz office to find no cars available, so we decided to catch the train to the airport and get one there. A bit of a marathon journey, but finally picked one up about 10 and headed north to Milwaukee for the day, arriving just after 12:00. What a quiet city Milwaukee was. A little on the industrial side, and not many people around at all. Found the "Fonz" on the river ...
... The Loop is in the air - think the exact opposite of an underground, the thing is ancient and elevated about 3 stories high. On the subject of height, we caught this train to the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), once the tallest building in the world and still today the highest in the Western Hemisphere. It is remarkable, we rode the elevator to the 103rd floor, and there they have installed a 'Skydeck' which is a big glass compartment ...
... out on the flight, so some students made new friends. We ran into another group that was on a Mission Trip to Romania. Just like our students, they were hoping for a delay in London to they could say they were "there." They were equally excited for their adventure. Arriving in London, our layover was shortened from 3 hours to 2 hours. We were thankful for the shorter stay, as it helped keep the students awake and ...
Chicago....amazing, overwhelming, efficient, wonderful skyline, polite inhabitants, super shopping. Highlights included a bus tour in the bitter cold sitting atop in ponchos in the rain, an excellent lake tour, drinking beer on top of the Hancock Tower 96 floors up, witnessing a marriage proposal and a Cubs game. We bought Levi's and ate breakfast at Lou Mitchell's, a Chicago institution as well as real Chicago pizza but after 2 days ...
... intellectual property, so we had lots to talk about. He is an incredibly experienced traveler, and he told me all about seeking out engineering work in foreign countries! We had a nice long talk about the US energy sector, and how American politics are viewed in Europe (hint: they think we're idiots). It's been an incredibly draining day, but I'm hopeful for ...