Hampton Inn Portage
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... into IL along route 80, crossing the Mississippi River. Just south of Chicago, the road went from our comfortable 2 lane divided highway to 6 lanes with lots of “exit only lanes” Yikees!! Give us back the Loneliest Road in America. After getting by the suburbs of Chicago, the road went back to the two lanes – much better.
We stopped for the night at a Jellystone ...
... We also went to Garretts, who are famous in the area for making Gourmet popcorn. We got the local Chicago mix, made up of a combination of cheesecorn and caramel! An odd mix but very much recommended. We then made our way to Giordanos for some stuffed, deep dish pizza. There was a bit of a wait, but it was really was worth it. Absolutely delicious. Me and Dev shared a small, which I have to say made me wonder what a ...
... park which had superb art including waterfalls off rectangle structures which have random faces portrayed and where people can splash around and enjoy the cool water. Also go to the Bean which is brill and provides lots of photo opps on reflections. Back to hotel and after taking girls for a subway the adults have bottle of wine ( from Monterey) in hotel lobby. Back up to room and pet sends Tesco order to arrive on Monday full of healthy ...
... spinach & cheese. All four of us had different favourites. After lunch I walked with Sarah and Maggie to the top end of town where we parted ways for a couple of hours - me to continue to the travel shop near where M & S used to live when they first came to Chicago, Maggie and Sarah to pick up a few more items that Maggie had seen earlier in the week. The travel shop had nothing that inspired me to purchase; I then made my way to the North Face store on Michigan Ave where ...
... meats being sold by the pound, thereby forcing us to do some quick calculations of the weight required, there are no cuts with recognisable names such as scotch fillet. After some discussion with two very helpful butchers we ascertained that we wanted a piece of 'eye of the round'. This cut, however, had been sold out. The next best thing was apparently 'top of the round', so we settled for a piece of that, a little over two pounds in weight - it cooked up ...