Springhill Suites Chicago Downtown / River North
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... won the Stanley Cup. The buildings were all lit up (one with the lights in a picture of a Blackhawk) and people were hollering and so excited. This morning we woke up thirty minutes before we had to checkout. We got dressed real quick and headed towards Touchdown Jesus. The campus of Notre Dame is beautiful. From there we stopped at the mall for Chick-fil-a (we couldn't help ourselves) and then headed on towards Ann ...
... friends Donna and Frank. They are about an hour from downtown Chicago. It was nice to catch up and relax. Luckily we have a little heater in our trailer so we were cozy in their driveway. On the 23rd , Thursday we relocated to a hotel downtown. We're in a great location on the magnificent mile( Michigan ...
... board in that order choosing whichever seats are available. We boarded with the 'A' group (there's also B & C) so were able to get seats near the front and all together. It was a 2 1/2 hr flight to Chicago. Courtesy bus to Hyatt Regency. Close to one end of the 'Magnificent Mile' (read shopping). We were all settled in by 2:30pm so headed off through Millenium Park to explore and get some food. It's a nice warm afternoon so ...
... grassland, later on as we moved into the State of Illinois endless cornfields, several townships (why do we have towns and the Americans have townships?) with lots of churches.
Our fellow travellers on this leg include some 'interesting' families. There was one Amish family with the mother and young daughter dressed in their traditional white bonnets and long shapeless smocks. Another family, mother, father and 2 sons in their late teens ...
... for a quick cigarette.
Next morning we crossed through the high desert country of Utah, with the sage brush and mesas and buttes of countless western movies covered with a light dusting of snow.
Drove beside the Colorado River in the late afternoon, through Ruby Canyon. Truly spectacular. Our digestion is suffering. Three large meals a day and no exercise has made us both feel a bit yukky. And ...