Holiday Inn Express Bourbonnais (Kankakee / Bradley)
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... to the town of (you guessed it) Hana. The road is small, with many "hair-pin" turns but don't fear! We will not be driving this ourselves, we are going on a tour :) This way we will both enjoy it! Along the way, there are multiple waterfalls that are just a short hike from the road, banana bread stands and supposedly some of the best views out there. We are pretty excited. And we packed some Dramamine. This is booked ...
... on our way.
After a tour of the parks in Posen, T.J. dropped us off at our RV for our lunch break, which is two hours long today (yippee!) because the next performance isn’t until 1:15pm.
The second stop was at another elementary school, but this time with the kindergarten through 3rd graders. And once again, the students were awesome. The laughter was deafening when John did his gag with the juggling balls and kicking his hat. After ...
... excellent Van Goghs and other classics.Also a photographic exhibition by New York artists in the 30's and 40's like Weegee et al.,black and white images of a very blue collar city. Chicago does show how a city can build interesting and aesthetic skyscrapers.The area arou nd the river has buildings with great lines.Very different shapes at the top. Was going to see the Sox play but itwasagainst the loser Indians. Tomorrow a riverboat architecture tour. ...
... amount of dirt and dust and add to this a
certain amount of neglect and rubbish, and don't forget the potholes
filled with water along with horse and donkey droppings everywhere,
stray dogs and cats and you have found a place you could call home and
enjoy the shopping experience.
Carrying on the R304 it
went through a little bit of a gorge whilst it was climbing up the side
of a mountain, eventually to 1200 m, but whilst it was on the ...
... a blue grass band set up under a tent and started playing for everyone.
Andy and I said our goodbyes and headed back to Chicago. We were able to drop the rental car off at Midway Airport and take the train to the Loop. Back at the hotel, we put on some warmer clothes and ventured back out for dinner. Deep dish pizza was on our radar!
It was a 45 minute ...