As promised I took Anna and Sarah to Chicago for the weekend. We had a blast. We purchased a CityPass which got us in the Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, Art Institute, the SkyWalk at the top of Sears tower and the Science and Technology building (which we didn’t make it to). The hit of the trip as it turns out was Navy Pier as well as tea at the American Girl Doll store.
After driving by road signs for the last 40 years, I finally broke down and went to “See Rock City” and Ruby Falls. I have to say it was worth it. Ruby falls is much more commercialized than Mammoth Cave and has been somewhat abused over the years. However, it is absolutely worth seeing.
This week I had the privilege of attending a publishing conference by publishing innovators nStein in old Montreal. I stayed at the Nallagen hotel on Rue St Paul. The street is full of art galleries, shops, restaurants . . . . Rue Saint-Paul has vibrant character.
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I just went through a fantastic demo of www.homeandabroad.com and their trip planning capabilities. You should try and set up a trip and itinerary for yourself, takes about 10 minutes or less. They can customize the site to your brand. They can even incorporate our campgrounds into their pages so they are recommended places to stay. Here are a couple customized examples: