Days Inn and Suites Romeoville
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... He was just getting ready to close it all up. We had never seen hide nor hair of him the whole week we were there, but had a nice chat with him now -Wisonsonites do like to talk.
The up shot of that snafu was that we wouldn't have time for Milwaukee. Nor would I be able to stop off in Racine and pick up a Kringle. Besides ...
... the city laid out at your feet. Look far enough south and those may be the lights of Indiana in the distance.
In case you didn't know, Skydeck is the building you can step out over the ledge into a clear box, it's pretty snazzy, but definitely not one for those with a fear of heights - or just try not look down. Some pretty cool pictures, but the night time is challenging as people had to ...
... for the kids before the longer leg of the trip. It was great! Bill and Sue came to the airport and picked us up. We got to their house to discover that ALL of the Ranft-Doody clan came over for brunch: Nana, Auntie Marge, Aunt Sally & Uncle Gary, cousins Lucas & Jessie, the pets Jax & Nacho and, of course, Roxy & Sarah. Bill made sure that he went to the local, Jewish deli so we could eat the best bagels in the world--as per Oliver's request. We had ...
... move swiftly through such a dense and huge city. Our next stop was the Chicago Tribune Building. This building has housed this long running newspaper for over 100 years and the building had a unique feature that sets it apart from all other buildings throughout the world. The original owner and builder of this structure got his construction team to insert small rocks, bricks or parts from famous buildings throughout the world into the facade. We strolled around the ...
... wanted to see if they had anything different. The exhibition was, obviously, not going to be as good as the National Museum in Cairo but it was still very impressive with such artefacts as a large number of mummies as well as a diorama to show how the mummification process was conducted (think I'll pass thanks). This had taken up a good two and a bit hours and I still wanted to take a river cruise so I decided that there was so much to see I would leave the rest till next time (yes ...