Days Inn Great Lakes - N. Chicago
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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First things first...we had a leak free day today, all water stayed in our bottles until we drank it. A first one this trip. After yesterday's walking marathon today was much more sedate, this morning we did some 'travelling maintenance' - booking flights, checking train times and schedules etc etc. For lunch we had 'dogs' from a place so local we couldn't understand a word they said and after asking them to repeat it a few times we gave ...
The last four days at the Wall Ranch Campground has been a history lesson on opening up the Mid - Western States in the late 1800's and early 1900's. and the incredibly rapid decimation of the Native culture and way of life. Saw Mt Rushmore with the head carvings of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt. These Presidents are meant to represent the founding, expansion, preservation and unification of the country. It is a shrine that is visited by millions ...
Sorry I haven't been around trying to get adjusted to Chicago.The apartment is pretty cool we are on the 28th floor the last picture that I sent was from our apartment yesterday, I spent my time trying to find grocery stores,dry cleaners and Bed Bath and Beyond thank goodness I have the app called YELP its my own private navigator.Today the building is sending someone to clean the apartment its pretty dirty; at home the movers are ...
... the houses and the various incised lettering really got me. Chilled out a bit by the lake there and then went for the 22 bus back. Big traffic jam as there were loads of Cubs fan buses arriving for a game at Wrigley Field. Sandwich and much water + a long sleep at hostel and best just to rest I reckon before the flight tmw . Stayed in at hostel for last eveningand shared a very small bit of a meal with an unusual Japanese guy and a guy from ...
... I brought along some of his old ones and traded them for patches from the big cities I'll be visiting on my trip. I walked in and met Keith, Bryant, and Billy, and I told them what I was trying to do. They told me they didn't have any patches for me but that a guy who was out on the truck at the moment might. They also invited me to dinner. When the truck got back, Justin traded me a Utica, Illinois patch, the closest thing to a Chicago one he had. He even called over to ...