Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago Airport West
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... has a built in GPS!! The landscape is very flat and a lot of farming properties difficult to see what they are growing due to harvesting already done. Cruising at 75mph we do really good time and the kids are have done an amazing job! We pull into a little place called Lincoln, Illinois for some lunch, only problem is the really only choice is McDonalds, o well at least it had a playground for Charlie. I remember when ...
... at stuff as we went. Including a painters impression on what Dorian Greys painting would look like as it aged, but he didn't. Gruesomely fascinating. Connor loved it.
One of my all-time favourite paintings is A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat. Picture is hopefully attached. To have the chance to see the original was a surprise I hadn't anticipated. I was so excited! Then all they had in ...
... of how I would feel about it if it was mid-winter. Even the tour books say how much locals enjoy being outside this time of the year as they spend most of the winter bunkered down.
So why a city of two faces? It's because walking around, there is such a contrast between the old buildings and the new ones, especially the skyscrapers. However, it all seems to fit together to make a very aesthetically pleasing city.
... view of both bridges from the Pacific and back into the Bay itself and over to Oakland. You could just sit there for ages taking in the wonderful tranquil scene. And now to the busiest section of the city by far, Pier 33. So what's so special about Pier 33? Well that's the only place you can travel from to visit the famous, or should that be, infamous, Alcatraz. Elaine had no real wish to visit, so I toddled off on my own. Now as you know, we have been all over ...
... were intended for adult audiences. I quickly realized that I was going to have to rush to manage to see everything.
Many of the exhibits were not what I'd expect to find in a planetarium. For instance, they had a large collection of old, and, in many cases, historically significant, telescopes. They also had a large collection of planetary machines, some of which were over 300 years ...