Red Roof Inn Gurnee - Waukegan
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This morning we said goodbye to Tom and Natalie and a few others who were doing the North by North East tour. It was sad to see them go and they will be sorely missed. Tom has already said I can visit him in Melbourne. (Next Contiki trip to Australia) We had a very quick journey this morning which took us to Milwaukee where we stopped at a farmers market for lunch. This was amazing. I love a food market! We were given almost 2 hours to wander around and grab some lunch ...
... whipped butter. Give me some anchor anyday. Butter aside the food is yum although not somewhere to go on a diet, or if you want to eat again in the next 12 hours. Yes I needed that walk!!! Anyway back to Navy Pier. A little tourist trappy I'm honest, a bit like Fishermans Wharf in San francisco or South Street Seaport in New York. There's even the obligatory Bubba Gumps inside. This time of year however it's nice and quiet and a ...
... just get out and explore!
We needed to use a shuttle bus to take us to the Alamo desk. No-one does Customer Service the way the Americans. After a short wait we were greeted by a lovely guy who, after finding our reservation on the system, asked "hey, there's a note here, you on your honeymoon??", Obviously we said yes. "You guys wanna Mustang, I got the keys to one outside!!", ERR... HELL YES!!! "Sure, let me go grab the keys ...
Lions, and tigers and bears...oh, my! We began our morning visiting the Lincoln Zoo. All of the animals were great but I was soooo excited to see the gorillas! I haven't seen a gorilla in person since the San Antonio Zoo sold our gorilla to San Diego when I was young. (Yes...I'm still a little bitter.) These gorillas did not disappoint. There was jumping, swinging, and staring...and the gorillas ...
First things first...we had a leak free day today, all water stayed in our bottles until we drank it. A first one this trip. After yesterday's walking marathon today was much more sedate, this morning we did some 'travelling maintenance' - booking flights, checking train times and schedules etc etc. For lunch we had 'dogs' from a place so local we couldn't understand a word they said and after asking them to repeat it a few times we gave ...