Hampton Inn and Suites Munster
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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We're back on the road again. Left on the 27th of July, heading west. We cycled for a few hours with uncle Paul and my Dad before heading out on our own. We cycled about 160km (100 miles) that day. We stayed in Goshen and felt a bit tired but nothing unbearable. We though we could do the same the next day. So we cycled to Munster, IN, which was also about 160km, but this time it was much ...
Chicago Up at 8.30 and having missed early grayline tour ( due to girls sleeping in) go for excellent breakfast at Yolk ( as recommended by Sunil, a mate of Mark Squires). Girls have Nutella pancakes, pet has eggs Benedict and I go for eggs and corned beef with fruit and pancakes on the side ( all for under $10 for my food). Excellent food although we all struggle to finish. Then walk back through Grant park and get on bus trip for South loop ...
Sarah had taken the day off work today and at about 10:00am she, Maggie and I headed out to the weekly Farmers' Market at Daley Plaza - a regular haunt of Yvonne and I last year. On the way there we passed a giant (approx 12ft high) inflatable rat with a scabby belly; Sarah told us that this was a sign that the workers union would have been protesting against the use of non-union labour in the food store the rat was tethered in front of. At the Farmers' Market, there weren't as ...
... a little bit of a snowy lands... the dessert takes place again and looks like if we were following the path of the Colorado River.
Time for dinner and a little nap...
When I woke up, if that can even count as "sleeping" the landscape have turned to big snowy mountains, cliffs, and frozen lakes! nice... totally differs from all I've ever seen.
Sadly for ...
... coleus, pansies and others, leaving only the hardy grass plants. Sarah tells us that most are then replaced with plantings of hardier annuals such as ornamental kale; I also remember a lot of hellebores when we were here over Christmas. 3). The number of river tours per day will drop between now and mid-November, then cease altogether until mid-April. 4). Farmers' Markets will generally not run between October and May - some even longer than this. ...