Old Chicago Inn
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... down and the lights illuminated the streets and other buildings. The water was so clear and blue. Dark clouds enclosed the building and we decided to take off. I think we scared ourselves hungry because we went right to this 3 course, pre-fix style lunch spot, Blackbird. Their concord grape sorbet was on point. Later on that night we went to find Chicago staples.. the red hot, deep dish & frozen custard. The next morning we went to ...
... Ice Hockey is definitely a game we'd try and watch again. As I said at the beginning we're now in Chicago. We are pleased to say that we survived the flight, Lilly was a little under impressed with the 'bug smasher' plane we flew in. We navigated ourselves through two trains and a few blocks, without the aid of wifi, to probably the best hotel of the trip so far. Right next door is Gino's East ...
... the earbuds out and never wore them again. Strangely enough, I never got bored - I never longed for it. I was in touch with the sound of my boots crunching along the path, the obscure (and sometimes not so obscure) sounds of nature around me, the sounds in the villages, my breathing, and also some absolute silence. I'd see some folks go by with their earbuds and music, and I'd get a wave, a quick "Buen Camino" and they'd be on ...
... wanted to do, while Mumsie and I set out to do a spot of shopping. We got a belated birthday present for Katie (that she had requested) and then Mumsie went off to do browsing while I found a AT&T shop to sort out a couple of questions I had about our iPad sims. Within seconds of me entering the store the heavens opened and the rain poured down for about three quarters of an hour, clearing the air ...
... we flew over Lake Michigan and it was easy to see how it could be mistaken for the sea. It was huge and we could see miles of sandy beaches which I couldn’t wait to go on. We landed mid-morning so first on our agenda was finding somewhere for Brunch. We chose The Publican and were seated in a space evocative of a European beer hall. They are known for their extensive international beer list featuring 100 ales, lagers, stouts ...