Red Roof Inn Gurnee - Waukegan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... towards Toronto. We passed through small towns and rural areas with plenty of un-harvested corn and soybean crops. Somewhere in this idyllic setting lurked an unmarked police car. Jens thought he was driving at the same speed as most other cars, but suddenly there were red lights flashing behind us. Of course, we immediately pulled over. According to the police officer and his radar, we had been driving ...
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... that way too! The other animals were a joy to see also. The rain even held off until we left. All of this and it's free too! Next, we met up with my friend, Juli, for lunch at O'Brien's in Old Town. What a joy to hear all about her life right now and what The Lord is doing! I was so excited about seeing her and enjoying her company that I actually forgot to take a picture. Oops! Juli told ...
... days, two bottles, two soaked bags! Luckily the sun was out so our stuff could dry as we walked around the zoo.Continuing into the centre we went for drinks in the lounge on the 96th floor of the John Hancock Tower. The drinks were nice and the view amazing! Made better still by knowing we were two floors higher than the observation deck and had avoided the $18 each ticket to go up - thank you lonely planet guide!
After drinks we ambled through the 'magnificent mile' ...
... where most everything was closed ( mainly because Labor Day marks the end of Summer/Summer season ) back then to Lincoln park for veggie curry and a few drinks. On getting back to hostel was quiet but annoying woken by a late arrival traveller who selfishly put on all lights waking everyone up at 2am ! Women in dorms are generally young, self -occupied and locked onto to laptops and phones - barely any conversation let alone co-operation .. banal & ...