Longwell Hall B&B
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... outside Joilett, where we started hitting traffic. A couple of times the bumper to bumper traffic came to a stand still.
We made it to Kelly's office and he drove us the rest of the way to Oak Park.
Dinner that night was at an Italian restaurant down the ...
... liveable - open spaces beautiful views - just grande. Property contains house, boathouse,
horsebarn (stables, plse!) and gate house (which also looked perfect - in the same style but much smaller) -- no one could give us a price -- short trip to Black Foot Country Club, yes
named for the Indian nation - very nice buffet - we were the only guests (about 45 of us) --
then onto Yerkes Observatory - one of the few groups who ...
We seemed to have drunk an awful lot but, since I was on holiday, the hangover was slight. Met Bill and Eva by the Chicago Architectural Foundation office and we climbed aboard the First Lady boat. The 90-minute tour took us along both branches of the Chicago River. The guide was informative, lucid and interesting; not only pointing out all the skyscrapers but explains about the river itself. Converted warehouses, Art Deco high rises, modern and post-modern skyscrapers all featured. I ...
Another hot day (33C). I negotiated the Loop OK and headed for the Untouchables tour, a cheesy ride around Chicago's history of gang rivalry during Prohibition, led by a couple of guys in smart suits. Al Capone, Dillinger, St Valentine's Day Massacre - we saw the lot. It was a hoot! I then ate a classic Chicago pizza, deep-filled and filling, then walked down the Magnificent Mile, ignoring the smart shops but admiring the architecture. Millennium Park has a terrific Anish ...
... around the corner from our hotel. Further investigation, however, uncovered the fact that the BART system would only take us to the International terminal, where we would then have to negotiate a transfer to Terminal 2, from where we were to depart. After looking at a number of maps - the train system, the airport - we settled on an easier path and caught a hotel shuttle. At $15 per person it was more than the BART ticket would have been, but still cheaper than ...