Hampton Inn Merrillville
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Kimono Fittings: $830.94
Tea Ceremony: $332.38
One night stay at hotel Chinzanso Tokyo: $848.96
Taxi ride from the airport to the hotel: $46 plus $5 tip
Taxi ride from the hotel to the airport: $46 plus $5 tip
Plane Tickets to Japan from Ethiopia: $8,174
Plane Tickets from Japan back to Chicago: $19,354.40
<u>Total Cost for Japan: $29,642.98</u>
GRAND TOTAL: $51,326.77
... on his head (that's how dark it was), and when we couldn't find his house later on for dinner, another neighbour put on his scarf and hat and showed us the way through the dark forest. In the morning we had gotten some sleep (we were in bed at 20.30...), fresh (read: freezing) air, and a look around, visiting the pigs, and drinking their homemade grape juice and raspberry jam, before heading back home.
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... see the city's iconic skyline. We made the Navy Pier afterwards, a large structure jutting into Lake Michigan , containing bars, theaters specialising in Shakespeare no less , and docks for large lake cruisers including a spectacular tall ship. We sipped beers and looked at the Lake and the City. The afternoon culture fix was the Art Institute of Chicago one of the. Worlds best galleries we did the American Art, Impressionists and some Ancient ...
Sat waiting for taxi to the airport and my final update after 4 weeks in America.. Finished the holiday in Chicago and what a great place to finish. Arrived Thursday afternoon and decided to get the CTA blue line tube from Ohare to our hotel - Travelodge downtown centre of Chicago. A 30 minute ride - although alittle hassel accessing and exiting via stairs and esculators, keep in mind we had a large suitcase each andhand luggage. Finally made out of La Salle tube station to be ...
I'm pretty sure I'm halfway across the US by now!
From Fond du Lac I headed to Elkhart Lake to look over the racing circuits, old and new. Mike Argetsinger had arranged for John Calhoun to guide me around the old road circuits, which was very kind of both of them.
Immediately I turned off the highway to go to Elkhart Lake I was struck by the beauty of the place...
When I looked ...