Courtyard Chicago Waukegan/Gurnee
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... we made our way to an included brewery tour. We went around Millers brewery and saw the factory and rooms they use for each stage of the process. At the end of the tour we were given free tasters. My favourite was a cider called reds apple. It was really easy to drink which was fatal. After the tour we travelled to Madison, Wisconsin. During the journey we started a game on the coach called Assassination. I don't completely know the rules yet but there ...
... around some construction works led me to a lovely little spot at the end of the pier, where it was just me, the seagulls and some bloke made of metal on a bench. After a bit of Michigan meditation, accompanied by the dulcet tones of Pink blasting out from the speakers in the closed for the winter beer garden-boo-it was time to put my phone away and had back to the hotel. Next stop Washington and that famous house in a few days ...
... else does". Well let me tell you, we had hoped, but there were no guarantees of getting a Mustang convertible, so at this point, we were practically ******* ourselves with excitement!!
SHE is possibly, the MOST beautiful car i've ever seen/sat in!!
With a 5 litre engine, she purrs like a kitten on Catnip!
Next we setoff to Chicago city. Without a map!!!! I had step by step instructions but ...
... that way too! The other animals were a joy to see also. The rain even held off until we left. All of this and it's free too! Next, we met up with my friend, Juli, for lunch at O'Brien's in Old Town. What a joy to hear all about her life right now and what The Lord is doing! I was so excited about seeing her and enjoying her company that I actually forgot to take a picture. Oops! Juli told ...
... ordered blindly off the menu - the result was not bad. The afternoon was fairly low key before we headed out for our first 'man vs food' experience of the trip - Gino's East Chicago Pizza, the original deep dish pizza pie. When they say pie they mean it. Firstly the crust is like a pie crust instead of bread, but secondly it is filled extremely deep. The first slice filled us, the second made us start to feel sick. Armed with our ...