Super 8 Monee Chicago
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... would be the last meal on the train and we had a choice of Angus Burgers or Angus Burgers - they were out of everything else. Plenty of sweets though if you wanted them. Chocolate Mousse, ice Cream or Strawberry Cheesecake. The afternoon rolled on and we now travelling across Illinois. No change in crops yet, but soon the scenery would be light industrial intertwined with housing estates. It was apparent that we were going to be very late ...
... at the table in front for easier stage access. Our table mates were: the Assistant Dean, the Associate Dean, and the Dean of the business school. The last time my Dad talked to a Dean, he was pleading his case to avoid getting kicked out of college. My Mom tried to introduce herself as a "Big Deal" -- again, little surprise there. Because my Grandma reads this, I have to say, on top of being asked to give a speech, I was honored with an award: the ...
... caused us to hit
the curb a few times. We of course arrived early at our KOA which happened to
be in infamous Joplin, Missouri. This KOA was very interesting. First of all
there was no community dump station, and given it was the last night we were
sleeping in the RV, we needed to dump our waste water so it would be empty when
we returned it. The guy who ran the place said we could pull into any open RV
spot and dump our waste which was very ...
... grabbing a quick lunch along the river, we headed for Millenium Park. The 'Kidney Bean', which was apparently the main attraction in the vicinity, was surrounded by tourists. Whether they were staring at awe, or simply trying to work out what the point of the sculpture was, is unsure, but there was certainly a lot of fascination. I was definitely in the second category, but to be fair, it was different, and you could take an awesome picture from inside it since the ...
... We had a bit of down time after lunch (we ate at a fantastic diner and met up with Al, the circus' bill poster there too) so Anne was lovely enough to invite us over to her house, where she gave us the tv remotes, a comfy couch to relax on, and a half hour to ourselves while she and her daughter took their dog for a walk. They came back with a bag of tomatoes from a neighbor's garden that they promptly shared with us (we ate ...