Roscoe Village Guesthouse
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... went to our new gate and settled in, waiting for the plane to land. At this point, it was starting to get dark and people were starting to get antsy. We had our flight in to Dallas on its way, but we didn't know exactly how we were going to get to Chicago after that. The longer the time went, the fewer options we had to get home.
Finally, FINALLY, our flight landed and we watched as the passengers disembarked. It seemed to take forever, but finally the ...
... night to stay before moving to chicago! After the most luxurious taxi ride to the airport and a short 2 hour flight, we arrived in Chicago .. The Windy City! So wrapped up and bags strapped securely to our backs we went on a hunt for our hostel, which seemed impossible! But finally we arrived and headed straight back out for food. There was a local place we liked the look of but Ross was extremely disappointed when his deep dish pizza came out coated in Parmesan cheese! My ...
... and the bartender, Mike, shared with us a secret to avoid the fees at the sears tower. He reccomended that we go to the john Hancock lounge on the 95th floor and have a drink there. We walked the 20+ blocks to this building and rode the extremely fast elevator to the 95th floor. Here we enjoyed drinks while looking at a 360 degree view of Chicago! It was breathtaking! I even put my bead against the glass and looked down just ...
... Great service We then, tired by now, walked back to the hotel, via the obligatory 7/11 for some essentials and then to bed - incredibly comfy beds, good pillows and air con meant even with the heat and the time difference we had a good sleep. We're off for breakfast, not sure where and to then do sight seeing. Temperatures today forecast high 80s, so looks like a hot one. More updates to come, ...
home to 22 million people. And I thought Chicago was a large city with 3
million. According to my research on cultural customs, it is a sign of
politeness to stand close to one another. With that many people do you have a
choice? It is recommended that visitors do not point and try not to gesture.
Really? I cannot talk without the use of my hands.