Super 8 Joliet I-55 North/Chicago Area
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... led to a dank and smokey cave by a friendly guy with missing teeth who told us about his five little dogs up in his room - a permanent resident. A large woman called Nana removed herself with difficulty from her chair and made it to the foyer to sort out our room key, which had been given to someone else. I kept waiting to see Bubby or Donny come around a corner.
The room was filthy, as was the toilet. A fruit loop was amongst other more unidentifiable items on ...
... HaHa - okay I'm exagerating but we didn't hear a thing!) Billy & I tried out a lot of the great rooms in the house but actually hung out a lot up in the sitting room that's part of the "Gym" as we were pretty much the only ones home during the weekend days.
When Jodi and Tom got back from Michigan on Sunday afternoon, Kym had orchestrated an awesome family meal for all. Kym ...
... and found the Holiday Inn on Larkin Av. was a great choice because it is close to the trail head with a lot less activity than Harrahs would have had. We chose to eat at the hotel resturant and met a guy named Dave who lives in Nashville and just bought a house Michigan. We had a great conversation with him finished dinner, wrote directions down for tomarrow' s ...
... when it is something new and exciting that I have not done before. I like the new, the change, the unknown. This I have come to undersatand about myself. I truly enjoy my 30's for this. I am me, and I like that. In my 20's I wassome me, some what others wanted, and some of what I thought I should be. Now I don't worry about any of that....I just do what makes me happy and block out the rest.
9 am meeting time. We 3 are down in lobby early. Unknown to us, MaryAlice was also down early but in next room! At 9:15, Larry strolls down looking for MaryAlice! Oh well. On to find food for breakfast & back to the market. No American breakfasts in Zagreb we discovered. Easily found bakeries to hold us over along with our cappucinos. Still rainy – not stormy, just light rains, enough to be annoying.
At the hotel, we connected with our ...