Red Roof Inn - Merrillville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Average Life Expectancy Males: 73.3
Average Life Expectancy Females: 80.6
National Unemployment Rate: 12.7%
Country Literacy Rate: 99%
Country Murder Rate: .9%
Crude Birth Rate: 8.84%
Crude Death Rate: 10.10%
National Infant Mortality Rate: 3.31%
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... After a few breaks for food and drink we went onto Lincoln park, the largest in Chicago supporting soccer fields, tennis courts, basket ball courts, baseball field, nature walk with lake, a very large free zoo, conservatory housing tropical plants and further on is a golf course. If you are driving I think parking is expensive. We did go to the zoo, a very well maintained area for both animals and visitors - although I really enjoyed the visit was torn with certain animals ...
... when he named the species Homo neanderthalensis (rather a subspecies, than Homo sapiens neanderthalensis). I thought it was a brilliant way to end such a fascinating symposium, and I was psyched to enter the discussion with a little of philosophy, which was well-received, surprisingly.
2. Standing above a rainbow at Slieve League cliffs in Donegal County.
1. Seeing the ...
... d gone to Monaco to do his regular voice-over commentary for one of the TV networks. It was only a short diversion, so it didn't hold me up much.
There are, I'm told, two seasons on American roads... winter and construction. I was seeing plenty of the latter:
Diversions as I headed on to Chicago. And another traffic jam!
Michael and Lee were waiting for me ...
Chicago isn't particularly known for it's wildlife, perhaps that's why they have a humongous Aquarium and a rather large Zoo.
Our first day in Chicago, braving the cold we took a trip out to Lincoln Park Zoo, and open air zoo in the huge Lincoln Park, on the shore of Lake Michigan. The whole concept of a free Zoo in the middle of your local park seemed a bit alien but pretty exciting too us,
Unfortunately we weren't huge fans. the Zoo had a ...