Hampton Inn and Suites Munster
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Blue Line into Chicago. The tracks are between the two carriages of the interstate which is a weird experience but showed the value of the train as we were travelling faster than the cars. Scaled the former world'd tallest building, Willis Tower, which gave great views of the surrounding area. Hoped on and off a tour bus a few times which took me in a giant loop ...
Today marked the beginning of the planning process for a trip I have been considering for quite a few years now. So here it is in a round about......and go. I'm planning to start in Europe-Dublin to be exact. From there I plan to work my way to Scotland down to London where I will board the Eurostar to Brussels. From there the ICE to Cologne-Copenhagen-Oslo. Then it's Stockholm to Helsinki to Tallinn in Estonia. A ...
... in a place called Oak Park so naturally we get off at Oak Park Station (the hotel description said it was a block from the train station) the we walk and we walk and we walk dragging a suitcase each as well as carryon and other bags about eight blocks and finally reach our destination 2 hours after we left the airport... I hope this isn't a pattern for the rest of our trip. Although we have had to go through the ringer to to get here, we are so very ...
... Meat Market, an historic butchery in one of Chicago's northern suburbs formerly known as Germantown. We could smell smoke as we disembarked from the cab - the butchers have their own smokehouse, and Max's friend Dave (one of the many butchers in the store) told us that they were in the process of curing some sausages. We were a while at Paulina Market; purchasing lamb for the freezer, beef jerky for Max (and some for his friends at their request), ...
... there was an underwater window which gave some beautiful photos of the diving bear. The milling kids loved it when the bear killed a poor bird that got a little too close right in the front of them!
After four hours of zoo time, we had just about enough energy to make our way to Willis Tower (formerly known as Sears Tower). This skyscraper is the tallest building in North America and the Western Hemisphere, and was the tallest in the world ...