Days Inn Great Lakes - N. Chicago
Travel Blogs from North Chicago
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 ...
... finally ate our "lunch" we had packed for dinner. The concert was great and it was a cool place to be, with the amphitheater all lit up and the skyline in the background. Right after the concert, there was fireworks from navy pier, which happens every Wednesday and Saturday during the summer. Tomorrow is my last full day in Chicago and I'm hoping to see the Lincoln park zoo and eat some deep dish pizza before I ...
... around beautiful Northwestern University with its lakeshore setting and leafy suburban neighbourhoods. I didn't see a single house I wouldn't move into if I won the lottery. I then changed and walked into downtown Evanston. While the University is not right downtown, it does have the college town vibe to it. I had a wonderful lunch at Creperie Saint Germain (http://www.creperiestgermain.com) on Sherman Street with ...
... http://tennisonthelake.com). There is also a public golf course, baseball diamonds, and bike rentals. The Tennis Shack rented me a racket (no. 2 brought his own) and we had a great time hitting balls for an hour. There was a nice tennis camp taking up two courts at the far end. Really nice way to spend the afternoon and only $10 to rent the racket for two hours and no court fees.
All in all another fun-filled day.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking