La Quinta Inn Merrillville
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- Continental Breakfast
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... wunderbar, even though I had a cold and couldn't really hear myself...sorry neighbors.
This cold had started a few days before, the day of Thanksgiving. But despite feelings somewhat under the weather, I went with Kyle to the dinner that his friends were hosting. And I must say, it was the most wonderful Thanksgiving ever (although I've only really celebrated it once before). We cooked everything vegan, gluten-free and sugar-free and had such a great ...
... tig near the pier which we saw today. Our very last day has been one of the best ones on this best of trips. Chicago is a big, bustling, friendly city but also a hugely cultured one. For those who were unable to live with the suspense it looks like we will be able to bring back all the **** we've bought. Hurrah! 22.13 A final convivial pizza, some wine some beer. That's it.....it's effectively end of trip. Tomorrow it's two airports and lots ...
... a sense of space and being able to think and breathe. Lots of food options at all prices ! Friday we went out and stayed out walking all the way from downtown up through Michigan avenue, past the wrigley building where we booked and evening cruise. Onwards past 2 beaches with a fair few people sunning themselves. The walk along the water front brought a cooling breeze to 80degrees. The water front walk is a long one used by walkers, joggers, bikers, roller bladers - with swimmers ...
... cram many more dairy herds into a given area than would be possible if the cattle simply fed in the paddocks as they generally do at home.
Milwaukee came into view:
Here I took a detour in the hope of finding David Hobbs at his Honda dealership. David wrote a short contribution for our F5000 book a couple of years ago and I hadn't heard from him since that time. Unfortunately he wasn't there ...
This is a total of 26,137 flying miles. Some other impressive numbers:
528,200 reward points used (flights, hotels, cars)
59 hours of flying time
23 travel days
13 flight segments
9 different cities
9 different hotels
5 different airlines
2 car rentals
$509.20 – total booking fees
$33,500 – the cost of the flights per person if we paid for them
Away we go!