Super 8 Mundelein/Libertyville
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... a change of scenery. Canada is beautiful but, I need a new kind of beautiful. Something greener, maybe something older/newer. Maybe I'll even be able to see a mixture of sheep and cows rather than a whole field of boring old prairies filled with boring old cows. I guess it's the little things that make you love a place or anything in general.
Until I receive free wifi .. xoxo.
... love vintage cars, visit their website and click on classic cars to see the list.
One advantage of driving over flying is that you see and visit in places you would never see if flew to your vacation spot. On the trip from the Chicago area to St. Louis we spotted a giant man in swimming trunks with an ice cream cone in his hand. Scattered in the same area were a pink elephant, Futuro (a ...
... have Google Maps to consult. After dumping my bag in my room, I made my way out onto the street intent on spending my afternoon exploring. The obvious place to visit in Chicago is the Willis Tower, formerly known as the Sears Tower. This 443m tall building was very easy to find - you just look up, spot the tallest building, and just keep walking towards it. Considering it was a Friday, I was surprised by how quiet it was. It only took me 10 minutes to ...
... I explained that as far as I was concerned the design of the bag was a bit effeminate and they could do with a more manly design such as a rucksack version but hey 'The League didn't ask my opinion when they were designing the bags".
After I'd finished speaking to Mitch I decided to walk round to the gate where I was supposed to enter the stadium. As I was still unsure on my camera lenses I decided to ask one of the security check guys and he said that I should be ...
... with two huge statues of lions out the front of it. I do the obligatory self photo and walk up the stairs to purchase my ticket. The nice man behind the counter asks if I'm from the UK. "Well kind sir, thank you ever so much but you are mistaken" is the first thing I want to say in a very posh Queen like accent, however what comes out is a twangy and not so posh "I'm from New Zealand". He advises me to buy a City Pass which will give me access ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed