Motel6 Waukegan/Gurnee/Great Lakes

Address: 31 N Green Bay Rd, Waukegan, Illinois, 60085, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 31 N Green Bay Rd, Waukegan, is near Six Flags Great America, Second City, KeyLime Cove, and Genesee Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Waukegan

    Art and Charm in Nappanee

    A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Jul 13, 2015

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    ... downtown Nappanee, population 6,692. Google claims "Nappanee holds the distinction of having the longest city name in the United States containing each letter in its name twice." (Reference). Nappanee is clean and charming. Old, well-maintained two-story frame houses with large front-porches, lined Market Street, the main drag. Dave said it reminded him of 1950’s childhood home, Beech Grove, IN. The downtown area ...

    An Auspicious Start

    A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... a taxi. But only to find that at the taxi stand there's the longest line of people I've ever seen at a taxi stand. And as we wait in line (oh btw the temp had dropped from 30 to 10 while we had been at the airport), cab after cab race by us, being diverted to another terminal. Whatever...we finally make it back to fight another day (today!). So here we go again! Super pumped to get over there, but a little bummed about ...

    Letting go...seriously...let go already

    A travel blog entry by akhuff8 on Aug 22, 2014

    ... see as much as possible, and still enjoy it? I figure you make the most of it by taking the first step. That's all life is anyway. Thousands upon thousands of steps. Steps of fear, steps of courage, steps of ridiculousness sometimes. 'A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP' or so I've read. So cheers. Cheers to the unknown, and cheers to people looking at me like I'm crazy. Chances are, I probably am, and that's ok with me.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    A travel blog entry by drjane on Nov 28, 2013

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    ... with homemade Salted Pecan Brittle; cornbread; yams; and cranberries. Bob vacuumed and watched football and is now putting together the ubiquitous green bean casserole. I'm lying down for a bit before Sally and Jim get here.

    We miss each and every one of you! Thanks for all of the phone calls, cards, flowers, and check ins! It means so much to us to be able to remain connected to home during this long trip of ours!


    Night 28: Ruby Slippers

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 17, 2012

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    ... this zoo. They always made lots of noise. Plus, I haven't seen s sea lion in over a week since I was last in California.

    The new exhibit us very nice and allows visitors to walk through abtube under the water to see how harbor seals and sea lions swim. They were doing a lot if swimming too since it was about 100 humid degrees. I never saw Andrew sweat so much on this trip. We filled his brain with sugar and ice to keep him going. He asked to see the awesome giraffe ...