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Travel Blogs from Downers Grove
... drowned in water. The highlight of our drive was a windmill farm. We were driving and then out of nowhere, hundreds of windmills popped up. They went on for miles and miles. Chicago kind of reminded me of New York City, just a little less chaotic. We made it to my friend Korey's place with no problems. It was great to see him, considering I haven't seen him since my 21st birthday. We went to RMU together. Mirza and I got ...
... against the wall scowling the whole time. Sam and I made friends with some guys and were having a good time, after while Sam went to check on Julia and is gone a really long time. Eventually, reluctantly, I went over too, only to find that Julia is crying. I later hear from Sam that it was because I don’t care or something. (Well... not when you’re acting like a child, no.) So the mood was completely killed. Sam and I tried to dance a bit closer to where Julia was but it ...
Sitting back between meals on Christmas Day in Chicago after an excellent, if slightly over catered for, lunch. As tradition dictates, a breakfast of fruit salad and croissants was followed by strawberry daiquiris as lunch was prepared and presents opened. No luck when it comes to getting a white Christmas. It's been the mildest Christmas Day S&M can remember since being in Chicago. At one stage the door to ...
... and Noble (books), the "El train" is close to our hotel, we bought some basic foodstuffs at Target (which happens to be in a beautiful old building), scoped out the public library for a visit tomorrow. Ate at Panda Express. Had a chat with Matt on the phone. Told me about the emotional Bunnies win in the Grand Final. Warehouse cricket is getting political... There's a surprise!... Now for some sleep ahead fa a big day tomorrow... Millenium Park on Lake ...
... it's in their blood. As I sit loving the music a fat white couple pushing a wheelchair approach the pedestrian crossing. In the wheelchair sits a very pale young woman with a scarf on her head, clearly a cancer patient, so white, so frail, so very sad, tears come to my eyes...how blessed am I, are we.I notice a woman gesturing to the muso and she approaches and hangs about, his wife or girlfriend perhaps. Getting a bit chilly, time to go, I throw a couple ...
Other places to stay in Downers Grove
2111 Butterfield Rd, Downers Grove | 3 star hotelfrom $120
1500 Opus Pl, Downers Grove | 4 star hotelfrom $102
1113 Butterfield Rd, Downers Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $54
3031 Finley Rd, Downers Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $84
3150 Finley Rd, Downers Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $77
3010 Finley Rd, Downers Grove | 2 star hotelfrom $71