Park Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Glenview
... to a new kids area of the park. The park is lined with rubber walkway everywhere. No kid will ever get hurt. The play structures were amazing. I took Kylee down a slide. This was no ordinary slide. Like the tall buildings in the city, I had to climb her up three stories and then take the slide down. Kaleb on the other hand was only amused with the buried speaker pipes that were all through the park. We played for a little bit and had to deal with a ...
... and didn't like it as well). We made it to US Cellular Field just as the first game was ending. Whew! Well, I like this field better than Miller Park, but not as well as Wrigley. We like to buy a shot glass to commemorate our visit. We were directed to four different shops on three different levels before we finally found one left over from St Patricks day. Not a great intro. We did find a ...
... hell and the weather was so awful with it raining all day. We did venture out to go to the a by Pier but the weather was so terrible that we turned around and came back. Before we did get back to the hotel we stopped at Epic Burgers and had a burger which was reasonable for the price. We were really tired both from the bad night sleep and from walking in the rain so we had a nap in the afternoon. When we got up we ...
... Paul opted out due to the drive to the next hotel tonight. It was a fun night. Always great to see the Hogans.
Off to Madison, Wisconsin tonight to sleep and on the Dells tomorrow for some water fun! Check back tomorrow. Please excuse any spelling errors, incomplete sentences or just pure nonsense throughout this blog. I am either writing on the road, in bed after a long day or after a couple vinos...or sockies....sakes.
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... of us take everything in the Bible literally, some of us consider some things figuratively, but we all humbly bow before the ultimate authority of Scripture.
Walt Mc Cord, a Moody Bible Institute professor shared Scripture and shared his heart with us on our travels on the bus. Yuval, our Israeli guide, who is a Messianic Jew shared his beloved Israel with us. Phineas, our bus driver, drove us ...