Holiday Inn Express Racine (I-94 @ Exit 333)
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- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... condition whenever possible). A couple of noteworthy items from this portion of the tour - those are Evel Kneivel's original medical x-rays hanging on the wall showing just some of the broken bones he experienced over the years (his family donated them!); and that "Honda" you see on the rack in the Archives pic is actually a Buell in disguise. In order to keep a low profile while doing road tests through ...
... we will usually change our route to incorporate it. Always been worth it so far. Some of the houses along Lake Michigan were so large and opulent - mansions. Along the beaches, there were lots of people taking advantage of the good weather. The water in Lake Michigan is very very cold though we did see a few people swimming. These lakes are so huge - I guess that's why theya re called the Great Lakes. Ha Ha. It's like most things, knowing and seeing can be 2 very diffferent ...
... it's weird anyway. The plant tour started at 9:00 am, and Racine is about a 90 minute drive from Chicago but we were told to allow at least 2 hours for peak hour traffic. To us, that meant we needed to allow at least 2.5 hours in case we got lost as well allow for snow-driving weather. We compared the costs of driving vs train and decided car hire was much cheaper and also more time effective, so we caught the blue line train from the loop to O'Hare International Airport, as ...
... the Ford family has acquired many objects of historical significance. Among them were the chair in which President Lincoln was sitting, when he was shot at the Ford theater in 1865. Also on display was the Birmingham, Alabama, bus, on which Rosa Parks rode in 1955. When she refused to relinquish her seat to a white man, she was removed from the bus and arrested. This episode contributed to the rise of the ...
... years. That led us to the question – what did they do with all the cabooses? I’ve seen them made into restaurants and summer cabins, and now we've seen one turned into deluxe camping. When I googled to see when cabooses were no longer required on trains, I was surprised to see many entries for 'cabooses for sale.' Check it out on Google.
Finally, this blog is in memory of our ...