Comfort Inn North
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Our second day on the road turned into an 11 hour marathon which took us just west of Chicago. We travelled 941 kms.
This was more mileage than we needed to cover but we were hedging for bad weather and since roads were dry and visibility clear we went for it. I have to admit however that the hotel bed looked mighty …
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... Preservation Program of the National Park Service recognizes this building, with its unique castle design, as one-of-a-kind along the roadway and in April of 2005, the building was determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Lunch was a true experience - junk food for the sake of experiencing a Route 66 icon - Henry's. When they brought out their signature 'meal in itself' the look Jude and I gave ...
... putt, and more. Apparently you can rent or buy a plot of land (camp site) for some period of time and call it a cabin. Many campers have semi-permanent fixtures around their RVs.
Well, we are about 3-4 hours from "home" now. Tomorrow we will be going to my mother's house and staying there for 2 days while we start to get organized to stock our rental.
... may every man mistake you for a man. Or a camel.
On the outskirts of Chicago it started to snow, and didn't stop. In Joliet it let up a little, and we parked to visit the Joliet Museum and get directions to the jail where Elwood picked up Jake. I bought a black hat and matching sunglasses for my middle son Greg, as a sort of joke; he played a Blues Brother at school once. It feels good to be on our way, gettin' our kicks and following Jerry's EzyGuide to Route ...