Parke Regency Hotel And Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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I can't help thinking "How cool is this!", I've been Looking forward to this part of the ride for so long and it's here. From the corner of Adams and Michigan in Chicago, I'm on my way, i have the tune rolling over in my head and the Buildings of downtown Chicago All around me. It is however difficult to enjoy the sights, Chicago is in the wind down from Peak hour traffic and I don't want to get Squshed lol. It's a juggle to stay on 66 through the city ...
... It is a great museum. You would not expect something like this in a city of this size. Our favorite were the two room of Impressionist art. Since we arrived a little later than expected, we had to rush through some rooms to get out before they closed!!
We drove for another four hours, so we would have a short ride into Springfield the next ...
I booked our trip insurance today. It's one of those things that takes research time and isn't particularly fun or interesting, but is a necessary part of the trip.
The quote process was interesting, because you get such varied results back - me and 2 of the others all checked quotes online and compared results. Go Team! We wound up getting a Tin Leg policy through Squaremouth, because:
- The company got ...
... AND BOTH MEN ARE ALIVE TODAY!!!!
That means that three generations of the Tyler family are spread out over 200 years!!! Are you kidding me???? Somehow this just boggles my mind. Not one, but two grandsons of a man who was President 20 years before Abraham Lincoln are alive today.
Sometimes history amazes me!!!! And that's why I love it!!!
Merry Christmas my friends and family!!!!
... have them in the museum. Lots of other cool stuff.
Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893) was the 19th President of the United States; the one directly after Ulysses S. Grant. He was a lawyer (Harvard educated) man who started his legal career in Cincinnati. That's where he met a well-to-do Lexington, Kentucky woman by the name of Lucy Webb. They married. When the Civil War broke out Hayes joined and eventually became a General. ...