Red Carpet Inn N. Chicago
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... Mt Rushmore and will overlook the development of the Indian Museum of North America, the Native American Educational and Cultural Center, The Indian University of North America and a Medical Training Center for American Indians. It is a wonderful story of grass roots planning, development and perseverance. This display is a major cut above the usual touristy stuff. Deadwood is a good old western town built around the shooting of Wild Bill Hickok. Custer State Park is worth ...
... filled with trying to get us more comfortable in the apartment I needed to find the grocery store a dry cleaners a nail salon (very important you know us girls) Grandpa and I have tried a bunch of restaurants and BOY the portions are HUMUNGUS we had to take home so much food to not insult the restaurants.They gave us a new bed the old one was so soft and worn in that we would roll into the middle and wake with a back ache.So ...
The Chicago Air & Water show is this weekend so my friend Liza and I packed a lunch and biked to North Ave. beach and watched that for awhile. The beach was packed with people for as far as you could see. They had all different types of planes showing off for the crowd. We saw one that could hover in place, and it did it directly in front of us. Others did flips and rolls, groups flew in different formations, etc. ...
While most people think of New York as the US city to go to for great meals, I always find Chicago to be the place I have meals I remember forever. Having sent number 1 son off to Space camp in Huntsville and Number 2 spending his days burning phenomenal numbers of calories at tennis camp every day, I have time to play. I meant to take some photographs and do some shopping. Instead I've had lunch.
Monday I had ...
... time for Bangs, Flashes, and Fire in the Rotunda. Nice interactive program with lots of noise and flame. Chemistry at its best.
While there were days more of museum we could have explored, we decided to stop before our brains were two full.
We headed out into the sunshine, going all the way up Lake Shore Drive from the South Side to the Near North Side to Waveland Park where dozens of tennis ...