Rodeway Inn Lyons
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Woman at the gate with 2 inch gauged ears: "I lost my ticket to get back into the show...can you just remember my ears?"
So happy that my friend Rachel, her husband Steven and their kids Freya and Moss are at our show today!!
Chicago Up at 9 and whilst girls go shopping ( not very successfully as pet forgets purse!) I head to gym for session on step machine. Then head off together at noon via underground to Wrigley Field and get a little worried about getting tickets as it seems very busy! Needn't have worried and $200 later we are in upper part of ground section behind batter with great view. The ground is quite old ( and due a ...
... for a while. Walking down Lakefront path, a hotspot for runners, cyclists and tourists (not always a good combination) we couldn't help but marvel at the sheer size of Lake Michigan, we were used to seeing the other side of lakes! With the beaches and only seeing the horizon, both Laura and I kept catching ourselves out calling it the sea!
As we got to Navy pier we got a couple of Italian Ice's with Mango, Lemon and cherry which hit the spot! Brief ...
... 300,000,000 inhabit this country. Corn fields, blueberry fields, rich black soil, flat and, although we are in effect riding alongside Lake Michigan, we have only sighted it at St Jo(seph), a smart lakeside ( read seaside) resort -town like the ones Jerry and Maggie showed us and in fact in the same area. A 4 hr journey so a good time to catch up on sending prepared blog. The whole process takes time aside from the writing thereof- choosing & uploading ...
Sitting put and resting your leg when you are supposed to be exploring a new city can prove to be rather difficult, as I am now experiencing. What to do, what to do? I keep myself busy as long as I can, flipping through tourist maps and guides, contemplating all the sights I would be able to see despite my crippled foot. However, I feel the walls closing in on me rather sooner than later and thus I head out into the sun. Ignoring the obvious agony of my leg ...