Holiday Inn Express Crestwood
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... FINEPRINT ON THE MENU! Was it great? No. Food was fine, nothing to complain about, but not spectacular by any shade of the imagination. Did the joint live up to the advertising?. No. A pity but hey, you don't know unless you go. Back on the Hop on Hop off and this time we get off at the planetarium. This is Jude's gig, not mine. She tells me it was good and it was interesting. I went through - had a look at the displays ...
... onto the other side of the interstate, maybe the
neighbourhood would be safer? Well the large park looked lovely and
the houses were much nicer looking but the pool was designated for
under 8 year olds. Strike three. So, we headed south towards Chicago,
next destination, Jelly Belly Factory,
The Jelly Belly Factory started making
gourmet jelly beans in 1976, that's what they are most famous for,
all their fancy flavours. ...
... I walked out towards where Annalissa would soon be finishing work, so we could meet her on the way to a restaurant we'd booked for the three of us. I had some kind of grilled chicken and fruit house salad which was delicious, and for once, as it was 50% leaves, I could finish what was on my plate! Sam was a bit down in the dumps because of an exam she needs to resit in order to become a teacher in Florida, which is her plan for September.
Thursday morning I set out walking ...
... Topics covered during the review resonated with us, even though there was a smattering of local topics. These included parents too afraid to say "no" to their children, references to relaxed gun laws, references to Obama, health care and Ebola, body image, gays, lesbians, transsexuals and therapy - it seems like nothing was not covered. We trained it back to a station near S&M's, apartment walking the last few blocks in relatively mild ...
Walked to the Hertz office to find no cars available, so we decided to catch the train to the airport and get one there. A bit of a marathon journey, but finally picked one up about 10 and headed north to Milwaukee for the day, arriving just after 12:00. What a quiet city Milwaukee was. A little on the industrial side, and not many people around at all. Found the "Fonz" on the river ...