Holiday Inn Express Racine (I-94 @ Exit 333)
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The climax of our road trips...the adventure of all adventures... the creme de la creme...Blake and Kelsey are backpacking through Europe!
The adventure started as an extension of a Mediterranean cruise. We both completed our BS in environmental science this summer, and Kelsey's parents, Dave and Lisa, decided to take us on a 9 day cruise for our graduation present - Thank you so much, ...
... 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 ...
... we may be able to take a similar trip. I hope when you read this blog, you will be greeted with some of the excitement that we are experiencing. Hopefully it will rekindle an old memory or two of your own, or even better, persuade you to make some new memories of your own!
The Night Before:
Kelsey, Rob and I went out to dinner with her father Dave. Living directly on the Chain O’Lakes, we took the boat to an Italian ...
... checked as well, even if I hadn’t experienced any symptoms, so I picked up the official lab containers the week before. At that time, the lab technician had instructed me to return the samples “fresco”, within three hours after we filled them. I proceeded with the noble mission of dropping off poop samples; the last Oaxaca errand of our trusty Nissan Sentra. Leah would return to pick up the results while I was on the ...
... us back in the last 17 years.) We only go to major league games when we haven't been to a stadium and need to add a pin to our map. This stadium was built in 2001; we were in the old stadium in about 1986. I had forgotten what a media circus a major league ballgame is. There are lights everywhere--the whole upper deck is faced with a long thin screen that features constantly moving images, and the main scoreboard (no longer Diamond Vision, I imagine, though I ...