Sleep Inn Hotel - Lansing
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... rated with a final call made on the one(s) to be purchased. With bottles in hand, we did a lap of Utica before turning the Zip Car for Chicago. Light snow was falling as we departed Utica and rejoined the Interstate bound for Chicago and increasing heavy traffic as the city loomed on the horizon. Everyone was deposited safely back at the apartment and the Zip Car returned before sitting down to review the photos taken and to enjoy a couple of pre-dinner ...
... stopped for a photo. Went to the local Farmers Market where we tasted some chocolate delicacies. Headed out to Wakeshua to see the museum of Les Ball inventor of the electric guitar. Decided to take the tourist route back to Chicago off the main freeways and see the little towns which was really enjoyable - though double the driving time of the way there. Didn't matter, we are on ...
... wasn't enough to make you smile too how about "priest...no really look....(he had the official white collar). Thank you God for my husband.
After landing at Newark we were placed on a flight to London with a connection to Dublin. We had just the right amount of time to get to each of the flights and as of 2:00pm on Saturday, September 13th we were in Ireland!
... famous Chicago Fire. If you visit the city this is a must. Having visited New York a few years ago I was overwhelmed by some of the fantastic buildings, Chicago take s this to an altogether different level.
In the afternoon we did some shopping on the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue). The Water Tower Centre is very impressive, it's right beside the John Hancock Building, a shopping mall on eight floors (including Macys).
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... our way towards Chicago, the scenery throughout the evening is rather one-sided yet interesting: rocks and small cliffs along a river with mostly still naked trees… Sometimes we come across old ruins and sad looking towns with houses already falling into pieces. Houses here have plenty of space and always include their own lawns, some of them are farmhouses and cows and horses stand around aimlessly.