Quality Inn Waukegan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... town of Peterborough in the province of Ontario. We had decided that we were not ready for another big city. During dinner that night we talked to a nice waitress and learned from her that children in the province of Québec are not required to learn English.
Next day's drive took us along the Northern shore of Lake Erie, as we headed towards Detroit, Michigan, our reentry point to the U.S. Safely back in the ...
My outfits are (mostly) decided, so now it's time to decide which sites to pack into the weekend. Fortunately, my hotel has some great suggestions, and out of the list I'm leaning toward:
Friday evening - Asakusa | Sensouji, the oldest temple in Tokyo is the landmark of this area. The Nakamise and the rows of shops leading up to the temple evoke the ambience of a bygone Edo era. The ...
... of it and got different pictures than the same blue sky pics I already had from previous trips. Yea for different! In keeping with my theme of "eatting my way through Chicago", we enjoyed dinner at Quartino's! Family style Italian! Yum! As a final good-bye to Chicago, we walked the mile back to the hotel and picked up some more Sprinkles to finish out our time in the Windy City! Until next time ...
... By turning up and seeing the sign!! Thankfully the restaurant next door had some vegetarian options! I had fried tofu with bok choy and mushrooms with a side salad. It wasn't bad at all! Came back to my B&B and skyped granny, mom and then my good friend Dianna!!! Oh it was so nice to skype her and talk to her again! I miss her! She always makes me laugh!!! A good day here in Chicago and let's hope it doesn't pour with rain tomorrow as the forecast says it ...
... Mies van de Rohe, Daniel Burnham... Sadly no FLW. But one I don't know had a great modern headstone: Bruce Goff . The big name Victorian residents had large stone mausoleums made like small stone houses complete with handles and locks ( why? they'll not have any other residents /visitors) . It's almost like they couldn't bear to leave their earthly property behind so made themselves a 'house for death'. I resisted temptation to shoot ...