Travelodge Portage

Address: 6101 Melton Road, Portage, Indiana, 46368, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 6101 Melton Road, Portage, is near Gary Aquatorium and East Branch.
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Travel Blogs from Portage

End of the line - Chicago

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 21, 2014

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... explore the Loop again.

First stop is the John Hancock Building (now called 360 Chicago), but I am a little side tracked once we get to the area. There is a Hershey store in the corner of the square and I drag Hinesh in. We are greeted by a nice stores lady and given free Hersheys to try. We happily take the chocolate and explore the store inside. I am excited by the Hershey equivalent of ice magic (pour on to your ice cream and hardens in seconds) and Hinesh is looking ...

Buildings and more Buildings

A travel blog entry by steveandcarro on Jun 04, 2014

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We didn't have to go far for dinner. There was a Japanese restaurant next door to our hotel where we enjoyed a lovely meal. After dinner we went for a walk but only got a few steps outside the restaurant when we heard someone calling for help, it was a police man on a bike who was trying to restrain a man and we think another woman was also involved. Immediately police cars ...

1: Let the travels the airport

A travel blog entry by flyrina on Feb 21, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... to retrieve the bags we checked in just minutes prior, so she gifts it to the woman. Hopefully Emma will forgive us for regifting. Going through security for the third time she gets flashed by a girl running to catch her flight and learns that metal has been injected into her knee in the past 15 minutes and requires a pat down. When she finally reaches the lounge, I'm seconds away from falling a sleep and nothing will help but a back ...

Architectural Nerds!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 29, 2013

13 photos

... us fall in love with Chicago, its people and its landmarks. Now I can’t remember everything she said, not without some visual reminders, but I will do my best to share some of the fun facts she imparted on us. She started the tour by talking about the centerpiece of Chicago, the Chicago River. The Chicago River has been important to many people over many years but its appearance and use has varied with each community. It wasn’t until 1770 when Jean Baptiste Pointe ...

Chicago via Kenosha

A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013 on Sep 22, 2013

19 photos

States visited today: Wisconsin, Illinois Chicago pop: 2.7m Just a little jaunt down the road to go today - 69 miles in fact - just a hop, skip and a jump. The first largish town we came to was Racine. It was extremely dodgy from what we could see with derelict buildings and lots of black people just hanging around. Very disappointing. After a few kilometres we turned a corner and everything changed. What a lovely spot it turned into. Flowers in the man ...