La Quinta Inn Chicago Arlington Heights
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... no actual water tower, just shops such as the Lego store). It was in this building that we found a pizza place for dinner. One slice of pizza was just under $5, however was honestly the size of my head! I am sad to say I couldn't actually finish my slice!
Now I'm not sure whether it was because it was just because it was a Friday evening or whether it is a normal occurrence, but walking back to the hotel there were ...
... the existing ones. We tried a number of permutations and combinations before deciding on the layout that we felt drew least attention to the discrepancy. We then used the new ladder to hang some "air plants" which Max and Sarah had purchased at the Chicago Garden Show last month and left the shelves for Sarah to re-stack. At roughly midday Sarah, Maggie and I headed out to the shops. The streets were busy after the annual Memorial Day parade down State Street; the ...
... br> The roads were double highways, busy and everybody travels way over the speed limit.
The truck were 18 wheelers and they are HUGE !! You can undertake or overtake it is quite legal. Fuel is 3.5 dollar a US gallon.
In Orlando we stayed in the Marriott hotel, only because we could stay as part of the soccer tournament at a huge discounted rate, that afternoon we watched Kayla play her first match on New Year's Eve. That evening we went ...
Today was very ambitious. We wanted to cover a lot of ground as our plan is to spend most of our time out West. We traveled from Niagara Falls to the Northwestern suburbs of Chicago - Arlington Heights where the Kennys have very kindly offered to let us visit and park our camper.
Don't let the line on the map fool you. It is a really long drive - all told the trip was well over 600 miles. ...
... wing of the building for a light lunch. After that, we explored the modern art (some bizarre artworks, some really interesting ones) and the photography sections. After browsing the gallery shop on our way out, we exited the building at about 3:00pm. In the meantime, Max and Sarah had popped in on the Tecoma 'burger off' rally outside the McDonalds head office near their apartment. They reported that most locals who were witnessing the protest had no idea what it ...