Extended Stay America - Chicago - Schaumburg - I-90
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... very interesting, and then moved to the Field Museum (Natural History so very much like New York and London). Had lunch there, a good look around, and believe it or not, the T Rex skeleton is called Sue (so apologies to my sister in law). See the photos. We walked back along the waterfront, by now the temperature had lifted so it was pretty hot with blue skies, and headed into ...
... for an hour or so until it started to get a bit breezy and we had to put our clothes back on and call it quits. There were still people in bikinis and applying sunscreen of all things! Somehow couldn't see them getting burnt, but hey at least of all things they are sun smart. We were amazed at how many people were at the beach!
Our accommodation is a little serviced apartment so Blake and I decided to take advantage of the kitchen and cook our ...
... a trading post near the mouth of the Chicago River that the city of Chicago began to be formally established and it officially received its first non native, year round resident. In 1837, Chicago was incorporated and the river took on a shallow, marshy appearance, a significant contrast to the Chicago River of today. With industry came pollution especially since many businesses were dumping waste directly into the river, bypassing the inadequate city sewage system. At this point ...
... had a quick bite to eat a macca's before going on the Untouchables bus tour. It is a tour of the old haunts that the gangsters use to go, where they were murdered, who shot who,where they ate and drank. The tour guide and bus drivers were characters ..took on the gangster persona ...it was good to do ..but wouldn't rush back to do again. But we did get to see a fair bit of Chicago and suburbs surrounding. We then hunted down a pharmacy foe me ..I woke up with a ...
Not too much to say about this, the usual airport gates and charm. Our plane from Boise was half an hour late and there was a wait to get our carry ons, requiring that we speed walk almost the length of the airport to get to the international United gate. People had already boarded, and those in our group were lining up as we approached. Yikes! So, we just squeezed in line - no potty, no coffee!! :(