Red Roof Inn Chicago-Downers Grove
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- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of trains and barges to cross the river. We circumnavigated the lodge taking in the views across to Starved Rock while also in search of a geocache hidden in an old Italian "letterbox" chair (one of only two in the world - the other being owned by Ozzie Osborne) located near the entrance to the lodge. Eventually it became apparent that the chair was inside the lodge and the cache quickly found. A coffee of dubious quality warmed us up in the cafe ...
... decker. It's silver with small dark windows top and bottom, there are a load of carriages.. It must look like a bullet as it flies down the track. We are given an orange ticket with seat numbers 49 & 50 upstairs. The seats are wide and large with plenty of leg room for Tonys long legs? We get settled and off she rides. Next stop West Virginia. Heading through VIrginia there is so many differ t types of house. Some very old even caravan houses and then you pass brand ...
... The Loop is in the air - think the exact opposite of an underground, the thing is ancient and elevated about 3 stories high. On the subject of height, we caught this train to the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), once the tallest building in the world and still today the highest in the Western Hemisphere. It is remarkable, we rode the elevator to the 103rd floor, and there they have installed a 'Skydeck' which is a big glass compartment ...
On our way to Chicago we decided to pull over on the side of the road in Jamestown Indiana and have a catch with our baseball gloves. We threw a ball around for about an hour while the sun set and I took a few pictures of the boys with Sam's fancy new camera and the sun setting (apparently I learned a few things from my mother and godmother over the years). We got back on the road with about two and a half hours from Chicago and as ...
I LOVE this city!! It's beautiful, and clean. The people are so nice. It's big, without being overwhelming. It's easy to get around in, this coming from someone with little to no sense of direction! It's exciting and vibrant and live! There's stuff going on everywhere! It's loud! Very very loud. With street musicians, emergency vehicle sirens, the 'L' or loop transit system. But I just love everything about it! I loved the ...