Red Roof PLUS+ Chicago Naperville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It was really nice to see him and awesome that it actually worked out this time! Also, we got to finally meet and chill with the famous Chauncey (an adorable, hilarious Terrier-Chihuahua mix with and beard and polo shirt) and the dog they were watching Peanut J Butter (what the J stands for is unknown. We hope it is not Jelly, because that would be very confusing and I don't like it). Then walked around the block and grabbed more pizza! ...
... Chicago Blackhawks lost so it was a very quiet ride home. Getting back very late and having tea at 11.30! It was amazing deep dish pizza from Giordana's incredible the size and would have been nearly two inches thick/high - this set us up for a big sleep in! Got a up a tad late and did the huge dash to check out - scary as checkout is 12.00! Put the bags in storage and hit the streets for our last day. We were going to head to the museum, but Andrew wanted to wait until ...
... Christine just stopped reading…). The only member of the Corps of Discovery to die on the expedition was Sgt. Floyd, and he died on August 20th, 1804, only a few months into the trip. Historians believe he probably died from a ruptured appendix, but in Clark’s diary he indicated it was choleric. I’ve always been moved by his story, and I’m not sure why. To agree ...
... galleries on the second floor, most of which we had seen before. The 'Facing Freedom' exhibit is always challenging - a summary of how conflicts over what it actually means to be free have shaped US history. Probably things the US government would rather we didn't remember, and that would lead to 'apologies' in the Australian parliament. The conflicts included the treatment of not only the African-American people but women, immigrants, unionists ...
... much more spaced out than I'd thought, and of a variety of styles, sizes, shapes, colours and ages, giving downtown an open, eclectic feel. Some of them are beautiful, others only "architecturally important", but together they make for a brilliant skyline. They're also huge; one morning the roof of the Sears (Willis) Tower was hidden in clouds and until 2008 the riverside Merchandise Mart was so big it had it's own zip code.
Getting off the boat, I ...