Super 8 Mundelein/Libertyville
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... hard time finishing this blog. Part of it was the Camino Blues, part of it was I wasn't sure what to write about what I experienced when I was there - especially at the end (how much to include and what not to include), and part of it was I didn't want it to be over. Maybe by not finishing the blog, it wouldn't really be over. I know, it sounds silly.
But I think I figured it out. I (and everyone else) kept calling this ...
... and Wells and headed for the waterfront. Not only did we luck out on the parking, but the weather was perfect. We left misty Normal and drove to perfect, 75-degree-with-a-slight-breeze Chicago. Who could ask for anything better? Marc gave us a suggested itinerary that included walking down Michigan Ave to Millennium Park/Grant Park. The walk took us down what is known as the Magnificent Mile - a bit like Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. All the trendy, expensive shops are ...
... 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 ...
... and entertainment center within walking distance so we decided to go walk around until it was time to go to the airport. Fashion Outlet mall is nice, but no one was motivated to shop. We found a nice corner in the food court and ate ice cream while we read books and played on our ipads.
The airline agents were right about check in. It was a breeze. They were wrong, however about the ...
... began here.
I took some photos of Willis Tower from the ground, showing the clear platform upon which we stood. It is actually nine different columns, or buildings, bundled together for strength.
Then we came back to Macys, for chocolate, coffee, and I needed another warm hat. Terry questioned the wisdom of another hat on the last day, but it is a very nice red beret. I lingered over three pairs of pink Reeboks, ...