Gurnee Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hitting the western suburbs along the Fox River just in time for the end of rush hour. We sat in I-88 traffic and then got really stuck near the River Road toll plaza on I-90. It was a bit annoying to delay our return when we were only 2 miles away. We came home and found the pumpkins had taken over a quarter if the yard and that the sunflowers were ten times as tall as when when we left. There were some monster zucchinis in the yard as well. It will take some time to clear the ...
... of the Rockies. Vancouver Airport was efficient and attractive. Aside from the usual bilingual signs there were ones in Chinese, reflecting the huge rise in immigration. Caught the Skytrain - a legacy from the 2010 Winter Olympics - followed by the bus. It was lovely to see Angela again and she welcomed me with a rum and mango juice on the rocks. Her house is full of mementoes from her travels. We walked over to Uncle Bill's for supper and we were so pleased to see each other. ...
... the airport to catch a flight we never get the opportunity to actually stop and look around. Landed in Chicago 8:20 Chicago time. Our flight out isn't until noon so we have a few hours to wait. It's going to be a long day but will be well worth it. Probably no more posts until tomorrow from HK. Until ...
... they had learned about in the day before's boat tour. After crossing through the more suburban side of Chicago, we had arrived in Evanston.
We parked the car and ate at Clarke's, a little diner that Mom and I had discovered on our previous trip. There were cinnamon roll pancakes, and chocolate chip pancakes, and vanilla milkshakes, continuing our tradition of breakfasting like champions. The orange juice there is fresh squeezed, and ...
... he was driving with his friends late one night and in his own words, he thought he had died. A near accident and suddenly there it was, this huge white temple looming in front of them, blocking out the moon and all else.. he truly thought he was seeing the all-cliche'd white light and was on his way to whatever form of afterlife awaited him. Now I'll be honest, it sounded too larger-than-life to prove true. He must have been ...