Super 8 Chicago Northlake O'Hare South
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... Interstate" that would eventually deliver us to another Interstate that would lead us to Utica and Starving Rock. The signage along the way was interesting - speed signs declaring the maximum and also minimum speeds permissible being 70 and 45 respectively and in miles per hour. Apparently the speed limits are recommended only and most traffic moves along around 10 mph above the maximum. The other sign repeated along the journey alerted drivers to the ...
... about noon and drove straight to the Harley Davidson Museum which has been built on reclaimed land in the old dock area - a very impressive building! There was a car rally about to set off from the car park and we had a quick look at some fine machines before entering the museum. Despite all the Harley jokes that are always about this was some museum - two floors of the complete history of the company and a display of every model ever produced! It ...
... A great experience with an English tour guide who, at the start, I was not sure whether he was slightly too try hard but actually turned out to be quite funny and knew so much about Chicago's history; not only did we learn about the architecture, but the impact the great fire had on the city and various other random facts. The reason the city has such interesting and varied architecture is because the great fire demolished everything apart from the water tower and a few ...
... downtown it was 32oF (0oC) and snowing. That’s right, snowing. In May. Snowing. Fortunately, true to my German heritage, I had effectively planned ahead for any unusual weather events and brought a fleece hat and gloves all the way from Australia just in case the climate was unpredictable! As I stood on the train platform in the snow and howling wind I realized I had left my hat and gloves in Kevin and Jessica’s house that morning. ...
... The Hungarian Parliament is one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen, inside and out. It’s also where they keep and display the Crown Jewels. The night, we took a Champaign fueled river cruise. It was amazing to see the buildings lit up at night. The Hungarians have a tradition in which you have to kiss someone every time you go under a bridge…so that was fun. ...