Red Roof Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... fifteen minutes from downtown. We had slept moderately well on the journey, so decided it would be a shame to let the entire day go to waste. George had noticed that there was a White Sox game on that evening, so we bought tickets for a measly $25, and headed up on the subway.
Now, I'm not one to pass too much judgement since I can sit in front of a cricket match for 5 days and not think too much of it. But in my most humble opinion, baseball is quite simply the ...
... Magnificent Mile, over the river, and South onto I-55. I was done with the studying, the noisy neighbors and being cooped up inside because Chicago winter's are miserable. There are few things as rewarding than feeling the tension ease out of you as you press your foot to the accelerator and watch the Chicago skyline fade in your rear view mirror.
30 minutes later we arrived in La Grange to ...
... some schools and another daycare....one school wasn't quite prepared for us, so the office told us we could stand in the hallway and entertain the kids as some went to lunch and others went to their buses. It would have been a decent visit, but we had a young teacher who, upon hearing that we were from a circus and GASP! our circus has animals, spent the rest of our time there regurgitating propaganda she'd been fed by ...
... John stood in the hallway and gave high-fives to hundreds of kids as they went back to their classrooms.
The next two days are a bit weird…no towns have been scheduled for the circus yet (it’ll probably happen after we leave the area), so we have two days off. We’re heading to Yorkville to an RV park there…hate to spend the money, but with the temperature going up this week, we’re not spending the next two days in a parking ...
... the Hundred Years' War, after which the mouth of the estuary was closed every night with a great chain. The narrow mouth of the Dart is protected by two fortified castles, Dartmouth Castle and Kingswear Castle. Originally Dartmouth's only wharf was Bayard's Cove, a relatively small but picturesque area protected by a fort at the southern end of the ...