Super 8 Mundelein/Libertyville
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... accessibility. My packing strategy was "put like with like": all the pants together, all the sweaters/sweatshirts together, etc. I figured that each day, I’d pull one item from each pile. Then, to save space, I put socks and underwear in the bottom of the suitcase between the ridges made by the trolley handle.
Big mistake. The first day I had to dig to the bottom of the suitcase for socks and underwear. I had to dig through ...
... is super friendly to everyone. He tells me its my job to keep Hinesh happy (cause he stood in the line for me while I saved our seat). He was pretty good at his job, everyone walked out of there smiling and happy.
We walk to Willis Tower the tallest tower in Chicago and think about going up. I don't want to pay to see the view from the top ($20) but once we hear that its a 45 minute wait to get up we make a u turn out of there.
Before we start the Loop ...
On our way to Chicago we decided to pull over on the side of the road in Jamestown Indiana and have a catch with our baseball gloves. We threw a ball around for about an hour while the sun set and I took a few pictures of the boys with Sam's fancy new camera and the sun setting (apparently I learned a few things from my mother and godmother over the years). We got back on the road with about two and a half hours from Chicago and as ...
... how much I loved my experience there and I can't wait to get back and explore the other areas like the Baliem Valley to see more of the cultural side, rather than just the relaxing, beautiful, nearly untouched Raja Ampat area where we stayed. Not that much of Papua has had a lot of outside influences compared to most of the world, of course.
Anyway, visa in hand and flight confirmed, I am set to leave for Korea Sunday :)
... remnants of The pyramids of Egypt, The treasury in Petra, Mayan ruins in Mexico and we were also happy to find a part of Austsralia's most famous building. The Sydney Opera House. Taking off again on our bikes we rode the hectic Michigan Avenue, past Millenium Park and onto the promenade to the lake that is dominated by the Buckingham Fountain. This fountain is huge with a multitude of jets shooting into the sky. The central pout of the fountain shot water at least ...