Super 8 Mundelein/Libertyville Area
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... was stop and go. If you’ve ever traveled I-80 in N Indiana, you know what I’s like being engulfed in a tunnel of semis – but at least we are as high and big as a lot of them.
At the Knute Rockne truck stop, a few miles before South Bend, we parked beside a darling Blue Buffalo pet food truck, painted blue with horns topping the front cab (see picture).
When we arrived at 'Camp ...
... area, but a little touristy for us and under construction! Then it was back on the road to head to mirror lake camp grounds in Wisconsin! When we got to the campsite the temperature had dropped to 43 degrees and we were unable to purchase firewood...I couldn't get my thermals on fast enough! Andrew and I spent the evening inside the camper playing gin rummy! It was fantastic! We love this being married thing, its pretty ...
... 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 ...
... of it) and the leg from Istanbul to Kilimanjaro is 7 hours.
Once we arrive in Kilimanjaro, we still have a 1 hour drive to our hotel in Arusha, Tanzania. Luckily we have the 24th reserved as a "rest" day, before heading out for our 2 week safari. Although "rest" is a relative term, as we're actually taking a trip out to Moshi to view Mount Kilimanjaro.
Let the adventure begin...
... have great views of downtown Chicago and a few little bars overlooking the water, but they all looked a bit depressing without people sat outside. That evening we worked out what where we had to go the next day, as we had to pick up our car for the road trip leg of our adventure. We toasted our train travelling over a couple of beers and some pizza that evening, feeling excited to see what car we would call our own for the next 3 ...