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Travel Blogs from Prospect Heights
... there that I'm reacting to. So in the midst of the thunderstorm and the hotness, John sprayed down the entire area under the sink with disinfectant and hoped for the best.
When the alarm went off at 6:40a, we stumbled out of bed, drove the RV up the road to a grocery store parking lot, crawled into Dunkin Donuts, and are slowly rejoining the land of the living as the caffeine seeps into our bodies. Today cannot end fast enough.
... I can’t wait to see how Seattle, Portland and SF Bay Area will contribute to what is already developing to be a solid, educational and invigorating journey.
We now make the long haul WEST to Seattle. The Badlands of South Dakota, Mt. Rushmore, the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone will provide haven along the way.
For more information on the Green Alley ...
... the Aquarium that was part of a Chicago CityPass that will provide me access to a few other museums and the observation deck of the Sears Tower over the next few days). That said, the visit was good and it was also nice to finally enjoy a real Chicago dog over lunch.
I then made my way back towards Grant Park along the lakefront, but I have to say that I wasn't too impressed with what I saw, for it is just your average park. ...
... at the baseball. The cubs really do suck and managed o lose after leading 4-2 in the 8th innings! We ate nachos from a baseball cap and he boys got stuck into the beer. A pub near wrigley field was next with more beer drank and a girly cider or two for Bec. We finished the day with Mexican and Helen for dinner. Thanks to a stuff up by the restaurant, tequila shots were also had...because if they're free, you drink em! Toronto is next...time is moving too ...
... I missed the entire time period for eating that meal. Danny would not like this. The flight was about 12 hours long but it is 20 hours later when we land than when we left. We flew at about 39,000 ft most of the time, 613 mph, and as best as I can figure, we flew about 7,000 miles. As we touch down in Amman, Jordan there is a round of applause. First time I have seen this. I guess it's for a job well done by the pilot or maybe everyone claps for themselves making it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking