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... a lady just about to enter - she heard our accents and that we were arriving and walked a block to make sure we knew where we were. The helpful ness continued and has done the whole time we have been here. Travelodge room was spacious with 2 big beds and small area with sink, fridge and microwave. Good size bathroom and storage area. The hotel is excellently placed just off Michigan avenue which leads to over to the parks just a 2 minute walk. The reviews said the lifts were slow - ...
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10. Seeing London sites like Big Ben and Darwin’s statue at the Natural History Museum.
9. Biking the Aran Islands, checking out amazing ruins and beautiful ocean views on a rare and beautiful sunny day!
8. Paddleboarding on a beautiful lake with mountains in the background in Bondauran with some amazing guys.
7. All of the moments at ...
... and saw the lake in front of the Osthoff resort I understood why this little town could readily become a popular retirement place, weekend residence or holiday spot.
After seeing what I'd come to see I headed south towards Milwaukee. I was still travelling in dairy country and seeing plenty of dairy farms and the odd cheese factory:
The assumptions I'd ...
Chicago has a lot of world class museums and art galleries, after museum overload in Washington and with entry fees of $25+ for all of them we decided to visit none.
Happily though Chicago has enough stunning street art and sculpture just popping out at you across the city to make you feel like you've visited the best gallery there.
There's plenty of classical statues and ...
... Fountain. In the middle of the city there's actually a fully fledged jail. This jail at the moment holds 4 Illinois governors. Hopped off at Navy Pier which was originally used as a training area for the navy in the world war. George Bush senior learnt to fly here before he went into battle in WWII. It's now full of eateries, merry go rounds, boat rides, bars etc but best of all is the view ...