Holiday Inn Express Chicago O'Hare
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Monday 15th September Woke up early and after a quick breakfast of very yummy Croissants (thanks Neville) we carried on driving west towards Upper Sandusky, Ohio. A very scenic drive (we took that option rather than interstate) we saw lots of lovely trees, forests, and for quite a while we followed Tappen Lake, which ended with Tappen Dam. It was lovely here and we got out to have a walk around and stretch our legs. It was a lovely day, sunny but a bit cooler than other areas so we ...
After shortening my drive some last night I hit the road today for a full day of driving. Crossing a few states I had never been in before I made the decision to lengthen my route slightly and avoid driving through Indianapolis. I stopped in Vincennes, Indiana for the night leaving myself an easy 4.5 hour drive the next day.
Distance Traveled: 8409 miles
Stadiums Visited: 12
Sight of the Day: The Smoky ...
... leg muscles, and silver emergency blankets around their shoulders to prevent them cramping in the chill air, but not letting them lose important body heat either. It was a fantastic thing to experience, that's for sure. We walked to the shopping centre on State Street to check out theatre tickets, and Jill spotted the Magnolia Bakery. Started in New York in 1990, it's credited with starting the cupcake craze, and featured in shows such as Sex And The City. People are renowned ...
... but tasted alright. In fairness the taste sensation was probably diluted by the fact it was from a food court. Much like heading the the American Embassy to judge all burgers. Since I'm in America now I should probably stop calling it the Embassy. The pier is close to the start of the Magnificent Mile, so named for all the high end shops that used to fill the building fronts. Apparently back in the day they used to close at lunch times ...
... The Capitol Limited, headed to DC . . . we were getting off in Toledo as that was where we had left our vehicle) . . . the people waiting on the train in Chicago . . . were not very excited to see us board . . . knowing that we were the ones holding them up!!
Well, they used motor coaches to get people to Michigan and Indianapolis . . . but they held the DC train . . . they have done this before . . . they had pre-printed ...