La Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Gurnee
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... see as much as possible, and still enjoy it? I figure you make the most of it by taking the first step. That's all life is anyway. Thousands upon thousands of steps. Steps of fear, steps of courage, steps of ridiculousness sometimes. 'A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP' or so I've read. So cheers. Cheers to the unknown, and cheers to people looking at me like I'm crazy. Chances are, I probably am, and that's ok with me.
The start of this is not looking very good. I'm down with a cold a few days after thinking about how healthy I was how unique it was to be this healthy for this annual trip. But, alas, the Chicago winter has got me again. I'm done in with a headache, clogged sinuses, a bit of a temperature probably. I tried napping but it seems to be no use so up I lept to cold medicine. ...
... New England. August is usually the month we take a new route though and see new places, so I have (so far) decided instead to go straight east and explore some areas that are actually the last unexplored parts of America for me. It is surely not a wilderness, but the coast from New York to South Carolina has only been sparsely visited by the family.
I have been to NYC. Well, my sister says it doesn't count because I just drove around Manhattan at midnight ...
Our last day in Chicago, and so much to choose from. But we decided to head over to the Field Museum. It turns out the museum parking is under Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears. So we got a double treat as its a beautiful stadium. The museum was top notch. We started out by touring a special exhibit on Genghus Kahn. Since I didn't know very much about him and the empire he built, ...
So, I was up at 4AM to catch the 7AM Delta flight to Chicago via Minneapolis.
The Delta check-in at Mccarran airport was very cramped. There is not a separation between domestic and international and I ended up in the line to Cairo. These folks had a ton of luggage.
The stop-over in Minneapolis was brief and got back home around 3 in the afternoon.
The next trip I take to Vegas will be for fun.