La Quinta Inn Merrillville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and comparison is difficult because moments are often beautiful in their own unique ways, but here is a rough countdown of highlights from this amazing journey, with my favorite coming in as # 1! This was difficult, I had to cheat and lump together some things, like in #10! Also, because the UK counts the ground floor as Floor 0, and the second floor as Floor 1, I am using it as an excuse to ...
I'm pretty sure I'm halfway across the US by now!
From Fond du Lac I headed to Elkhart Lake to look over the racing circuits, old and new. Mike Argetsinger had arranged for John Calhoun to guide me around the old road circuits, which was very kind of both of them.
Immediately I turned off the highway to go to Elkhart Lake I was struck by the beauty of the place...
When I looked ...
... Giordano's (not amazing, but an experience in itself)
- Ramen and buns at Slurping Turtle
- Corner Bakery was really convenient for a quick bite,breakfast or panini (Sandwich)
- Steak at some fancy steak place (apparently Chicago is famous for their steaks - Morton's Steak House was not that great though)
The Bean also known as Cloud Gate - Millenium Park, the view from John Hancock and the Art Institute of Chicago.
... of legs all facing different positions. Over Michigan Bridge we went: lots of bridges in this city with great gatehouses and sculptures in them. Hopped off the bus at block 37 and had coffees and cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery. Rich had a peanut butter and jelly cup cake and it was magnificent. Also on the tour was the Art Institute, Hilton, Field Museum, Soldier Field, Centennial ...
... of the Sears/Willis tower the views were still great and I didn't have to pay the $20something to see them. Once I was bagless I caught a bus to the zoo in Lincoln park. So far in the US I had avoided going to the zoo as I thought all zoos were pretty much the same wherever you are but this one was free and I do like free things. It was pretty good and well worth the money! The animals were quite impressive and after I got bored of looking ...