Holiday Inn Express La Porte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and took off. When we got in the car we had driven a total of 252.9 miles since we left Bethesda and driven about 4.5 hours. Today we’ve driven through Pennsylvania, into Ohio (home of THE O-H-I-O University), past Cleveland (shout out to Gal and Wass), past Toledo (beautiful in the distance, perched on the edge of Lake Erie), into Indiana (birthplace of my Grammie!), and onwards. We’re currently in the car as I write this and on the way to find some grub. ...
So after a rain delay on Sunday we left the track about 10 PM, we drove about an hour into IN. and stopped at a T/A (no that does not stand for tits and ass) dirty minded people.......its a truck stop.....anyway we pulled in for the night and got up early and got some breakfast at the truck stop (truck stop breakfast is always good) and left early to finish up the trip to Norwalk Ohio. It always amazes me how the parking lot of all truck stops we ...
Dinner here was all you can eat fish and salad bar. This place had a lovely home feel to it with the owner who looks like your Nanna Working the cash register and socializing with the patrons. We go to the salad bar and load our plates. Cath’s surprise when the grated carrot tastes like cheese (she forgot about the orange cheese). The fish arrives with 3 pieces of lightly battered cod with chips or home fries which is delicious. After ...
Last day in Chicago we slept in a bit and checked out at noon. We headed over to the Taste of Chicago in Grant Park and ate a bunch: deep dish pizza, saganaki, toasted raviolis, lamb biryani, italian sausage, and cajun alligator. We decide this Taste is not as good as the Taste of Buffalo at home and is much more expensive (although it is the larges it has about 60 food tands, not much more than Buffalo- but it does last 10 days). Tickets ...
... it seemed after the bubbling bustle of Chicago's O'Hare. Getting through passport control was a breeze, although those of you residing State-side who still consider that travel to Canada is no more than crossing a state line between Illinois and Iowa, should think about obtaining a passport: you will need one come January 1, 2007! Just a short taxi ride from the Trudeau airport (about 15 minutes) delivered us to the front steps of Hotel Nelligan at 106, rue Saint-Paul ...