Red Roof Inn Chicago-Downers Grove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for those with a fear of heights. It is fairly quick though, so you may want to chance it - worse case scenario, you can step back, but you won't be allowed back on. $7 doesn't buy a lot of tilt time, as it was probably less than 30 seconds. Not something I completely recommend as a must do, but it's up to you.
With 2 great tower views, people often ask which one should I go to? In most cases, go to both because they are different enough. The best ...
... decide to find the start of Route 66 sign. As we are walking through the city we enjoy the architecture that is around us. We meet a friendly lady in a food market and we even see some food trucks. To my excitement, there is a doughnut van. After much "looking" I finally convince Hinesh to share a triple chocolate doughnut. My excited and happy face must have been good advertising as some other people asked me about the doughnut and bought some to try.
We find ...
... reflecting pool placed between two glass brick towers that used LEDs to display videos. Basically it is a clorinated zero depth fountain area in the park. There were so many families playing and splashing, especially with the weather, as lovely as it was... If I didn't have shoes on I would of loved to join in! Blake and I both agreed it was a fantastic use of space!
Millennium Park as a whole is a spectacle worth seeing, you could spend all day ...
... it. And it makes my Europe trip seem more doable. I'm even more excited about going after visiting here and talking with other travelers, and it seems more real and possible, and like it is actually going to happen. And not only will it happen, but its not that crazy to want to go or to be doing this, there are lots of people out there doing this, and I am certainly not alone in the hosteling ...
... game, the Cubs sadly lost, but kudos for trying.
After the game, we caught the subway back and relaxed in the room before planning a night out. For dinner, we went back to Boystown for a meal of tapas and a drink. Tomorrow is meant to be cooler here (apparently this heat isn't normal), but I think it will be a mostly relaxing day.
Today started off in a pretty exciting way as I went down to do a load of laundry. We are visiting friends in Canada ...