Hampton Inn Chicago/Elgin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lunch and then headed back to Elgin. We stopped at a couple of shops before heading home.
When we arrived, Monti was in the kitchen making pasta for dinner. Steve, Nick (Steve's son), Sasa and Sarah (Monti’s daughter), all sat down to a beautiful meal of homemade pasta and meatballs and ribs cooked on the ...
Today we left Fargo at 7.30am for our long drive through to Elgin (near Chicago) to catch up again with Monti, who we met in Spearfish.
The day started out fine, but by mid morning the weather had turned bad and we were driving in moderate to heavy rain for most of the day.
We stopped for some fuel, which was only about 10 minutes and then headed off again. It was about 1.30pm before we stopped again for some lunch. This also was ...
... s home for Easter Sunday celebration meal. We met them just before church! We had a great time in their home. Loved making new friends. We have visited downtown Chicago and taken drives around the area. It's beautiful to see the daily growth of new buds/leaves in the once bare trees. Spring is pretty exciting for these people since they endure very cold snowy winters. We are enjoying this last week that Braden is with us. He flies home on Saturday, arriving on Monday morning in ...
... U-505. I've seen one of each of the three series of subs the U.S. produced during WW II and two Soviet subs from the same era as well as a later U.S. research sub and the U.S.S. Nautilus, the world's first nuclear sub, which was launched in 1954. It's surprising to me how similar they all are.
I went to dinner ...
... and my wife likes the tried and true. So we will begin with the tried and true: Roosevelt's badlands, Yellowstone, Oregon's coast; and then move onto something new: California's coast. At least, that is the tentative plan. My plans on these summer trips always change and I float on the trip like a leaf on the stream. This is an important way for a father to look at a trip.
When people ask where I am going, I tell them the truth: "I will check a weather map and go ...