Aurora Fox Valley Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Beers from this place were recommended to us by a Chicago beer lover. And since it was somewhat on the way to Champaign from where we were staying in Elgin, it seemed like a logical place for lunch. The Roundhouse is a very cool building. First of all, it is round, as the name would suggest. It was built in 1856 to serve as a railroad yard machine shop, which it served as until 1974. It was abandoned for 21 years before a group lead ...
... not alone, not in the sense of a physical presence, but in the sense of understanding. My family and friends have left such a profound impact on my life; I get through the day because I know I have them to come “home” to. I guess I am scared of making new friends and a new support system of people who accept me. Nelson Mandela, continually sought hope through forming support systems with those around him. When describing a challenge Nelson Mandela in ...
... for Cloud Gate aka The Bean, a large polished stainless steel sculpture by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor but it also has the Crown Fountain, an interesting video sculpture that spouts water on visitors if they aren't careful, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, an outdoor bandshell designed by Frank Gehry, and a number of other attractions.
I had to rush back to my car so I could make it to ...
... eagerness to please & friendliness made up for it! At this point, it was about 3 pm. After checking into our rooms, we order a late lunch then walked around the village. Polona, an employee of the hotel and perhaps (as yet unknown to us) a distant cousin was working at the registration desk and also in the restaurant served us. I thought the food was good at the hotel, but not so much Mary Alice. After our walk-about, it was an early night for all of us.
... have climbed and played for generations!
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