Crystal Park Hotel and Casino
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... 2 hours. It took us about 2 hours 20 minutes due to the slow traffic on the freeway while skirting around Chicago City. There was a significant amount of smog over the city. By the time we arrived at the airport we were both ready to stop driving and prepare for our flights home.
Checking in the car was a very easy affair, once we actually got into car park. We were in the wrong lane when we came into the rental car area and had to ...
... using my pass. My favourite ride was The Jurassic Park flume ride. It had something like a 30 metre drop and it was fantastic. Prior to the drop at the end there was some sort of technical difficulty which meant we were stuck still in a darkened room with wild dinosaurs on the loose and flashing lights as other boats banked up behind us. When the ride ended Matilda was in tears but we discovered we could go again due to the small delay. So Darcy and I went ...
... and I said to them if any of you come to Australia
give me a call and you can stay at mine anytime you like and for how long.
George and Kelly were thinking on take the family overseas for a family holiday.
I suggested they come to Australia I know all the good places. They said they
would think about, afterwards I went to bed on the couch and as always fell
asleep as soon my head hit the ...
... Guests can choose to ride in either fixed or swinging gondolas. Being the more adventurous type, we chose the swinging gonodolas. These are positioned on a frame set into the ferris wheel and slide and swing backwards and forwards at alarming angles when the wheel rotates. I loved it, but Nomes didn't seem so keen on free-falling and swinging wildly in a cage 40 metres up in the air. There were no seatbelts and you had to brace yourself against the floor or opposite seat as ...
... were able to jump, it was quite entertaining. Next was the snake enclosures, they had so many different snakes I saw, Colombian Rainbow Snake, an Emerald Tree Snake, a South-American Bushmaster, a Cotton Mouth Snake and then my favourite snake out of all them was the California King-Snake.
There were a few other reptiles I saw and then headed over to the mammals. The Black American Bears were playing in the little pond they had, I ...