DoubleTree by Hilton Libertyville - Mundelein
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... His reply was that parking is "a tough gig in Chicago." He said we would have the best luck in an area called the Near North Side. So google maps got us to the Near North Side where we promptly found a parking place. On the street. And the parking was free! It seemed too good to be true. We looked at every sign up and down the street and saw nothing to indicate that we would have to pay or that it was reserved parking or that we would be towed. So we parked at the corner ...
... life: medications, ear plugs, CPAP machines. Also, we knew we wouldn’t be able to shop for things we forgot, so there was the pressure of checking and double-checking three different packing lists. Finally, we knew that we’d most likely be living out of the suitcase, so we worried about how the suitcase was packed for accessibility.
We passed the first two criteria. We had packed everything we needed. We failed totally ...
... checking in this evening easier. They gave us our boarding passes last night before we left the airport, so all we would have to do is go through security and go right to our gate.
After freshening up, we had a lovely breakfast buffet in the hotel lobby. We returned to our room to use up every bit of time we had left and watched movies and worked on the blog. Sherece had told us about ...
... the length of the Brown line. This line winds around between houses and gave us another look into people's lives. They do it tough here, wages are low, unemployment high, lots of social problems (another two shootings last night), but everyone is very polite and friendly.
They call Chicago the Crossroads of America because of all the different races and religions, it is a big transport hub, and many important inventions ...
... It brought back fond memories. My first car was a 1967 Camero Rally Sport – so much fun to drive. Other vintage cars: a beautiful metallic-rust colored 1957 T-bird and a dark navy Firebird with T-tops. Oh, and not-so-classic was the navy sports car with a "Moshpit" license plate. To top if off, we passed CountryClassicCars.com with dozens of amazing vintage cars lined up by the