Inn at Lincoln Park
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Well the windy city certainly lived up to it's name today, it was blowing in from all directions. We took advantage of our second day in Chicago by sleeping in until about 8:30, breakfast was part of the deal for the motel, so we headed down about 9:00 for a feed, they had a pretty good spread so we had some cereal and eggs on toasted English …
We were up really early this morning around 5:00 for today's road run, not because it was a long trip but because of the weather warnings. We were on the road about 6:00 just as the traffic on the Interstate was beginning to build, I can imagine it was only gonna get busier so we were rewarded for being early birds. We'd easily cleared the City …
... had got longer. Pam was definitely frailer but she got about on her zimmer well enough. Their maisonette had recently been flooded by a nearby burst water mains so it was somewhat chaotic - and very warm. Municipal recycling had also meant food scraps were now emptied into small containers which attracted fruit flies - and they were everywhere. We had a simple meal of salmon and crumble, washed down with a Canadian C******nay (not finished) and caught up with family news and ...
... home of the University of Michigan). We even took sandwiches to go and later dined on them at a roadside rest stop--Michigan really knows how to do a rest stop, by the way!
Moving along Route 94 West, we practiced grammar and vocabulary rules while discussing plans and passing fascinations. The route was long, but our spirits were high in anticipation of our arrival in the third largest city in the US. When ...
... enveloping the tower. This means we could barely see five feet in front of us, much less see into four different states. I wanted to say "what choo talkin about, Willis Tower?" but figured that no one would get the joke.
We did still read a bit about the history of the city and see some mediocre views before heading back down. On the walk back, they were closing several streets as they were filming a scene for an upcoming movie "Transformers 4". I really wanted to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed