Chicago Athletic Association
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... buffet breakfast and met at the lobby to meet the shuttle at 11:00am. Check that, the shuttle service called to move the shuttle to 11:30am. WTF, seriously! So we set, set and sweat... Finally the shuttle arrives and we depart; goodbye Quetzal! We check in at the Cancun International Airport a head to Security... Were we promptly have to throw away our two bottles of Kahlua (duh)! Can ...
... enjoyment! Anyway, my passport remained safely locked away in my suitcase for the remainder of the trip, enabling me to enjoy the rest of my time in Chicago without the added stress of trying to procure new travel documents in a short space of time! While much of the remaining six days were spent at the insanely gargantuan AAG Conference (approximately 7000 delegates, spread across three hotels...my talk went well, and I managed to make a number of useful ...
... grabbed lunch at Portello's. Ryan, Nathan, and I ordered the combo, dipped. Raghad ordered a chicken sandwich and a hot dog with mustard. I had a Chicago style dog as well. This was Ryan's first time eating the combo and he liked it. Nathan did not finish his sandwich but he liked it as well.
After lunch, we walked back to the hotel and were able to check into the room (1117). Andy had 1116. ...
The first day after Navy boot camp graduation, we had lunch with several family members that live close to Great Lakes, Illinois. One of them told us about the Christmas Market in downtown Chicago. We decided to go check it out.
Our drive took about an hour. We found a parking space in a parking garage directly across from Daley Center, the location of the market. The elevator from the garage actually brought us into the heart of ...
... instead we heard the soundcheck for free as we wandered around the exterior of the stadium and also when we headed to a nearby bar for a well deserved cold and refreshing beer.
After all of the walking around for the day we decided to stay local for the evening and went for dinner at Eataly - a vast Italian food emporium which takes up an entire block in downtown Chicago. The complex houses a fruit and veg market, luxury chocolate counter, ...