Elk Grove Hotel
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... the train exhibit, complete with real trains that Kylee was super excited to get on. Kaleb and I were fascinated with the model train set that took up more square footage than two of our houses. It was completely amazing and made me want to get out my Legos and build a city. Kaleb went into the Toy Factory and he built a top spinner. We watched from the beginning how it was assembled, etched with his name and then packaged for him. This was also a pretty ...
... it cost,,,, but it was free. Only about 12 cars on the ferry and about a 15 minute wait. Gorgeous views.
The plan was to head to Milwaukee, take a quick look at the city, and then drive to Chicago. Somewhere past Madison as I tried to figure out where my socks were I realized I must have missed packing up one drawer. I ...
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home to 22 million people. And I thought Chicago was a large city with 3
million. According to my research on cultural customs, it is a sign of
politeness to stand close to one another. With that many people do you have a
choice? It is recommended that visitors do not point and try not to gesture.
Really? I cannot talk without the use of my hands.
So our adventure has officially begun. We had a super early flight on Sunday morning. We left our house about 4am to get to the airport. I will be the first to say that I do not travel like I used to. I used to be so comfortable packing for months at a time and just shutting the door behind me and head off for whatever life had in store; kids have changed that for me. I have never been one dubbed as a planner, I never had reservations when I traveled, and I rarely knew ...