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... up view. But then she told me it was ok, I wasn't in trouble. Her parents looked a little embarrassed, I thought it was cute! As we emerged for the underpass and headed up the pathway to the museum, the scale of the place hit us. I have never seen such a huge museum. It was imposing. It was stunning. It would not get the better of us. One of the main claims to fame of the museum is the biggest and most complete skeleton of a T-Rex named Sue. Gender unknown, but discovered by and ...
... pick up our rental car and found that we needed to switch vehicles to accommodate our luggage. So, we are driving a Dodge Journey on our Western journey!
We headed into the city and (after checking into the hotel) went straight to Ginos East for authentic deep dish pizza. YUM! Next stop: the SkyDeck at the Sears Tower. Amazing – 108 floors high.
Flash forward – down 108 floors to street side cab service. Reilly and ...
... is still snow in all of the parks and the tents don't keep you very warm. It is much warmer in Chicago though. My favourite things so far would have to be the white water rafting in glacier national park and bike riding through Chicago. And my favourite places which I will hopefully get back to before I leave were San Fran and Banff. We are heading to Ohio now, to a place called Sandusky, I have no idea what is there apart from roller ...
Up early as Erin had to go to work and I had another 500 miles to drive. We said our goodbyes and as we took off in our separate destinations.
I stopped at Casey Jones Village for a breakfast buffet mid-morning and then on to Springfield, getting to my apartment around 2:30. I had driven through intermittent showers since entering Missouri and ...
... 40 years since Toni had made a visit, so a Millennium Park was tops on her list of places to visit.
We took the Metra in from Northbook and headed straight for the park, after of course, purchasing our all day CTA passes so we could hope on and off the trains and buses all day without a worry.
A bus arrived shortly after our purchase of the pass and off we went. 1st stop, The Bean.
We also stopped by ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center