Hampton Inn Chicago/Gurnee

Address: 5550 Grand Avenue, Gurnee, Illinois, 60031, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5550 Grand Avenue, Gurnee, is near Six Flags Great America, KeyLime Cove, and The Tempel Lipizzans.
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    Travel Blogs from Gurnee

    Night 31: Home Again

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... their lunch breaks. Some took the time to jog in large annoying groups that hogged sidewalks. (SideWALKS, not sideJOGS.) The stars seemed aligned to fulfill my long dream of seeing the Iowa Cubs play. They started early, tickets were $7 and 2 for 1 with a Subway receipt, parking is readily available on nearby streets, and they were playing the Nola Zephyrs who were pitching former All-Star Brad Penny. But Jessica REALLY didn't want to go and the kids would hate it. So I took one for ...

    And so the adventure begins...

    A travel blog entry by discoveritaly13 on Oct 05, 2013

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    ... Upon arrival, claimed our luggage quickly and bolted to the cab stand. Eureka! There are cabs at the ready. Only took us 15 minutes to explain to the driver where we wanted to go and for him to figure out how to get there. Oh, boy. He was a little elderly and alot cranky at 2 am. Luckily, our hotel had 24/7 checkin and about 2:45 we arrived wearing the same clothes we had on leaving Nixa. We were in Rome, in our own hotel. A frustrating day on vacation is still better than a ...

    Step 1: Camp Wood, er, Camp Mobile

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 27, 2013

    ... and full of guessing. The Plains can be very hot, the mountains only hot in the afternoon. The valleys behind the Rockies can also heat up, while the Pacific coast is almost always misty and cold. We will see thunderstorms, lightning, dry heat and a beating sun, wild fires, fog, high humidity, and bone dry air. So packing is tricky. And it is important to pack light or else we waste gas and make a mess on the road. This is also no simple ...

    Packing up the van again...

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Aug 14, 2012

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    ... I know the coast from Myrtle Beach to Key West pretty well.

    The newest area, an area completely untouched by my eyes, is on the docket. It is the outer banks of North Carolina. I know very little about the area, save the Wright Brothers, Ronaoke, and the pirate Blackbeard. I hope to visit this area if my tires let me. I am a bit unsure about them. Those tires have crossed the U.S. too many times without being replaced. Maybe I should stop writing this...
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    Day 16 - Chicago

    A travel blog entry by dadrukker on May 09, 2012

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    ... ahead of me. Something I had never seen before was an exhibit on soil. The exhibit makes you appear to shrink and move under ground with the perspective of a bug. Lots of info on bugs,roots, burrows, fungi and other stuff I trod over daily. Lots of other exhibits on gems, Egypt, fossils, and many others we never got to. Rather than "commute home" in Lake Shore Drive rush hour ...