Holiday Inn Gurnee Convention Center
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Wined and dined locally - good to see that the Americans still excel at super sized portions, even Jacob couldn't finish his pulled pork sandwich! 8.15 pm Chicago time (2.15 am UK) and we have been on the go for 22 hrs, bed shortly and looking forward to the body clock getting me up at 4.30 am. RV pick up tomorrow at 11.00 then into ...
... work. Best of all, we're together and laughing about it. Sunday We had reservations for entry to Villa Borghese so we had to get up relatively early. Total sleep time was about 3.5 hours. We decided to walk in order to get our bearings and soak in the neighborhood. The museum was well worth it and we were both drawn in by many of the famous pieces of art. Notable was Daphne & Apollo, Pluto & Proserpina. Bernini was absolutely amazing. Our brains were overwhelmed by ...
... that his daughter made and heated up some pizza for dinner. We settled down to watch the Chicago Blackhawks vs Boston for the Stanley cup. So for the first time in my life I watched, and dare I say—enjoyed watching a hockey game. It was an amazing last minute. The Hawks went for looking at 1 more game to play, to tie, winning the CUP.
After all the excitement, it was time to go to bed. So Good night and God bless all my ...
... on time, you ask? Here's a moment for a tangent--Dad remarked as we got on the Chicago subway "red line" what a pleasant surprise it was to have public transportation that was so easy to understand. Of course, that system is what did us in as we rushed up and down the street trying to find the "brown line," never realizing it was the elevated train and was right above us. So yeah, our timing wasn't impeccable and we ended up ...
... turned out that the manager of the restaurant was from Long Beach. Small world. We enjoyed the park's attractions. The Cloud Gate was very interesting...it's mirrors reflect both the skyline and the tourists gaping at it. And of course, the fountains with their changing water patterns and faces of Chicagons was great fun. We are staying north of the city and the drive "home" along Lake Shore Drive was gorgeous. Another great ...