Great Lakes Motel
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... mile drive through, particularly if you are lucky enough as we were to be surrounded on the road by a herd of 400 to 500 Bison/Buffalo. Pretty funny - Duke was sleeping in the back seat when we were stopped by the Buffalo. He woke up after we had been sitting there for a few minutes with windows partially open. Groggy, startled and protective he set about barking ferociously and lunging out the partially opened window at the closest animal - 4 to 6 feet away. The ...
... is a pretty cool city I have done A LOT of walking to get a feel for the city I also found one of the art schools I may take classes at but wouldn't you know it they were closed the day I went there.OH WELL! any way I'm on my way back to Greensboro and will call you this week so you can tell me all about your week . Stay tuned when I go back to Chicago I will try to do some of the things you want me to do SKY DECK HERE I ...
... cool to see. We also heard the worlds most impersonal marriage proposal over the loudspeaker, which was kind of funny and unfortunate for her. When that was done we biked along the Lakeshore Trail towards the south side of Chicago to go visit Liza's brother and his wife. We rested a bit at their place before getting back on our bikes to come back up to the city. On our way back she showed me where President ...
... around beautiful Northwestern University with its lakeshore setting and leafy suburban neighbourhoods. I didn't see a single house I wouldn't move into if I won the lottery. I then changed and walked into downtown Evanston. While the University is not right downtown, it does have the college town vibe to it. I had a wonderful lunch at Creperie Saint Germain (http://www.creperiestgermain.com) on Sherman Street with ...
... http://tennisonthelake.com). There is also a public golf course, baseball diamonds, and bike rentals. The Tennis Shack rented me a racket (no. 2 brought his own) and we had a great time hitting balls for an hour. There was a nice tennis camp taking up two courts at the far end. Really nice way to spend the afternoon and only $10 to rent the racket for two hours and no court fees.
All in all another fun-filled day.