Magnuson Hotel Hammond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Woke up early this morning as Crew is learning to sleep without his dummy so he was awake at 5. Got up around 7:30, and had some breakfast and played with the kids while Renee got everything sorted to drop Crew and Zara at care. Left around 8:30 and drove into the city, it took about an hour with traffic but wasn't a bad drive. Brad still loving driving Nathan's F150. Parked at Navy pier we were a bit nervous about being able to fit under the height limit but we did. Walked ...
... went back to the hotel, by this time my foot was killing me, because I couldn't take any anti-inflammatory drugs I had to put up with it. After we dropped off our groceries we headed off to the Museum of Science and Industry but we went by taxi as it was around 15 kilometres out. When we got there we explored the place, they had a wonderful model train track which was huge bigger than anything I have ever seen with a model if Chicago one end and mountains and fields the other end. ...
My first year as a teacher of my own classroom is coming up in about a month and a half. I feel strangely calm while am simultaneously nervously anticipating how much I have to do. The training wheels are off. While I know that I will make it, some way, some how, I wonder what unexpected challenges will roll my way. There's comfort is going back to a familiar place that I know runs well, at least. Time will tell.
... cram many more dairy herds into a given area than would be possible if the cattle simply fed in the paddocks as they generally do at home.
Milwaukee came into view:
Here I took a detour in the hope of finding David Hobbs at his Honda dealership. David wrote a short contribution for our F5000 book a couple of years ago and I hadn't heard from him since that time. Unfortunately he wasn't there ...
... through the city to go to the willis tower which is the tallest building in chicago and at one point I'm pretty sure it was the tallest in the world. We went up to the 103rd floor and you had 360 degree views of chicago. Lucky for us it was a fairly clear day so we had amazing visibility. You really don't realise just how big a city actually is until you see it from high up. They also have these sky decks within the building that are like enclosed glass boxes that jut out from the ...