Hampton Inn & Suites Chicago North Shore/Skokie
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It is a Bear! Well a Chicago Bear that is. Today we completed the American sports trifecta by catching our NFL game. Once again, Lilly played ticket purchasing game to perfection and we had great seats (cold seats -13 degrees - but at least it didn't rain). Firstly, the last couple of days were spent exploring Chicago - read Death Marches - and participating in a Prohibition tour. The tour ...
... and presents later we were back on our way. The scenery between our hotel and the Disney store is quite amazing though. Lots of building, no two the same, which even includes a giant Trump Tower on the river. Will definitely be going back with the camera tomorrow.
Later that evening we decided we would head back down to Navy Pier, because there was going to be a fireworks display at 10.15pm. The thing we've found ...
During our stay in Muscatine, we made a trip to Tipton, Iowa to have dinner with friends, Don and Barb Krueger. Don, a friend throughout elementary, middle and high school continues to work at ACT in Iowa City and Barb ministers two churches in the Mechanicsville, Iowa area. It's always great to visit Don and Barb and we thoroughly enjoyed our dinner in a Tipton Mexican restaurant.
During the trip, there were three things Dolly wanted ...
... in Paris on July 17th!), ready to go with Jackson & Abby! First stop, Sardinia, Italy.
Tomorrow we will begin our journey with 20 hours of travel . . . Chicago to Newark, Newark to Rome, Rome to Sardinia, and then a two hour drive up the coast to Tertenia, where we have arranged for our first home exchange (Inspired by the awesome Chris Miller & Shelby Cosner!). The Italian family will be staying in our home in Chicago ...
... fans for an NFL game which is the smallest seating capacity of any NFL team in the League. The pay-off for this smallish(?) seating capacity is that, the stadium provides the closest to the game experience than any other team in the NFL. Soldier Field is also a Natural Grass playing surface and to quote the tour guide, "if you play on anything other than natural grass you are a wimp!!" We moved our way off the field and into the tunnel in which the visiting team always uses when ...