Sleep Inn South Bend
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... important, vital or sentimental. I was very good at the shopping mall and only bought SOME makeup in Ulta (Grace has a lot to answer for) and a COUPLE of clothing items. We ate in Red Lobster and then rented About Time because it's about time Sonia saw it. And while she was watching that, I discovered I am magical because I managed to pack EVERYTHING into one of the flat boxes that had come from Amazon. Yeah, organised ...
I had a wonderful sleep on the couch in Mishawaka. I highly recommend it. We went out for breakfast (by car) to a lovely place that served massive freaking French Toast. With 100% maple syrup. I was full for most of the day. John went off to work, and Sonia gave me a tour of Notre Dame. She works LITERALLY under the gold dome of the university, could it be any cooler. It's such a gorgeous campus - well, the bits not under construction are gorgeous, but that ...
... ourselves? Are the Americans keeping all the good stuff for themselves? Who knows. I got my popcorn - still haven't tasted it, because it's my train snack. I'm now just killing some time in the hostel before I check out, letting my phone charge. I like Chicago. The food is good. The people don't really rush around. You're not getting bumped and battered in the city centre. It's surprisingly quiet. I write this as an emergency vehicle whizzes past outside, but it's only ...
Hired a 7 seater Toyota from the local garage. went to the park and walked around uncle Jims neighbourhood. Went to the ihop (international house of pancakes) for lunch with all the family. I had a fried breakfast and a crepe for desert Travelled out to Shipshewana an Amish community in Indiana In the evening we went to an Australian steak house. I had a fillet steak which was ...
... where a few of the cats had captured a little field vole in their porch - we managed to capture it and let it outside before it became kitty food!
Once everyone was up and ready, we headed to the Indiana Dunes which was around an hour drive away and was sooo busy!! Darren still can't get over how it's a lake, but you can't see the other side and its HUGE!! We all sunbathed, relaxed, played games in the lake and ran up/down the dunes for several hours before it was time ...