Red Roof Inn
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... We took a lot longer: about 11 hours on the road (including stops). We went to the Indiana Dunes State Park on lake Michigan and swan there for a bit before resuming our ride to Munster. Funny thing is we had a 25-hour day since we crossed the time zone boundary and got more time to bike! Our host for the night, Jill, met us on the way and showed us the way to her house.
... I know this fact surprises no one.) Sunday evening, the parents and students of the business school were invited for a celebratory dinner. My boyfriend Nate and I were asked to speak at the dinner, we had a lot of fun as we gave a tribute to the parents in the room. Nate is from MN, so this weekend was the first time our parents had ever met. No pressure. Now we'll add the pressure. Because Nate and I were both asked to speak, they asked us and our parents ...
... that we
weren’t that gung-ho about seeing it so we just kept going. In our planning, we
found on roadtrippers this giant driller statue. Apparently Tulsa was a big
mining town back in the day so they have this giant golden driller man standing
in front of their big convention center. It was ok, and after I took a couple
pictures, we were immediately on the road again. Tulsa has some very narrow
roads which was aggravating because driving in the ...
... In roughly a 180 degree radius, the water stretches as far as the eye can see, which is remarkable considering the body of water is entirely locked within the United States - indeed Lake Michigan, we learnt, is the only lake to not border both Canada and the States. We also learnt how easy it is to wind up Chicagoians. Two surefire ways to do this are to call the Sears Tower the "Willis Tower" and unfavourably compare the city to New York at every possible occassion.
... opportunities, thanking the ticket sellers, and eating ice cream (which was a VERY important work-related stop, let me tell ya!). The only place we had an issue at was one of the banks...they apparently didn't see Anne walk in with us and while J.P. was making a balloon animal for a customer's daughter, one of the employees was calling security. Sigh. We were escorted out before we could even thank them for selling tickets.... ...