Red Roof Inn Chicago Lansing
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had our first (of I'm sure many) trips to TJ Maxx, where we started our treasure hunt looking for clothes and we were able to pick up some very nice bargins for both ourselves and the kids. I had to pick up an almost 600ml drink of Sprite which cost me $1.19 which is basically cheaper than water at home.
After our shopping expedition we headed over to 'Pot Belly' which makes beautiful sub-sandwiches and sat down and enjoyed a sandwich.
Drove through Illinois and Chicago today. Hit some traffic in Chicago. The drive wasn't bad, but Illinois hates trailers. Even though we were only towing a 4x6 trailer behind a VW Beetle, all the tolls were doubled. It seems like this state has a toll every five miles. Not only that, the speed limit is 55 for vehicles with trailers. Why does Illinois hate trailers so bad? I will not ever drive through here again. I'll find another route. ...
... uneventful, with the freeways relatively quiet at that hour of a very cold night. Our taxi driver's attempt to extract a tip by helping us with our luggage was thwarted when he opened the boot of his taxi to find it devoid of anything resembling luggage - a conundrum for him, given where we had travelled from. After warm greetings from S&M and plenty of chat over a cup of tea and a slice of freshly baked apple cake it was time to call it quits and have a ...
Today we woke up to a really nice sunny day, a little cool npbut so different from yesterday. We left early and was going to walk to the Route 66 sign but abou half way there I realised I was pushing my foot so we stopped, we had crossed the river and still had about 10 minutes to walk having already walked 10 minutes so I thought I would be making a mistake to continue, so glad I stopped because my foot did play up by the time we got back to the hotel. We walked back it called into the ...
Our day began bright and early with a tour of the Willis Tower (formally the Sears Tower). Willis Tower is the tallest building in Chicago. After a fast ride up the elevator we ended up on "The Skydeck". Had it been a clear day we could have been able to see into 4 surrounding states. There was some cloud cover and fog that prevented this BUT we still had an amazing view of Chicago and beyond. ...