Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and then headed out to catch out Blue Man Group show. We ordered an Uber down to the Briar Street Theater. We were a little early, so we went in search of some food. We found a place called Brazilian Bowl Grill. Mirza and I split a Brazilian bowl and I swear I'm not lying when I say it was better than Chipotle. We polished off our food and went back to the theater. The setup of the building was so cool! There were pipes, ...
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On a sunny, but cold day, we drove back to Chicago to go to the Museum of Science and Industry. Tyler really wanted to see the museum. I remembered seeing the museum in the mid-1980s. One of the exhibits I never forgot was the captured German U-boat. Tyler could not wait to see it for himself.
As we began our tour of the museum, one of the first things I spotted was a ...
... there seems to be an over abundance of toll roads. The whole way from the border to Elgin, IL was under construction with a 45 mph speed limit. I was not tremendously impressed, but I did manage to make it through Chicago without incident, and finally stopped for dinner near St Joseph, MI where I found a Panera Bread, and a Moe's Mexican Grill in the same shopping ...
... for all kinds of water craft including a 4 masted boat.
In the distance we could see what I thought were ocean going ships making their way down the coast but Paul thinks they were more than likely ferries, as the lake is huge and distorts things in the distance.
Once that trip finished we walked along the pier, stopping for lunch, then we strolled through an exhibition of stained glass ...