Chicago Athletic Association
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... and again! Meeting new people and learning something of their lives was something we'd hoped would be a part of our travels - it was a very special part of that journey by rail. Once we had finally arrived (only about 3 hours later than expected!) and collected our larger pieces of luggage, we walked through the - once again - terribly regal and impressive Union Station. Why don't they make railway stations in the UK like this?! Polished ...
... particularly in the ladies toilet. Kirsty and Katie advised that the women's toilet had a floor to ceiling window taking in the view of downtown. The men's had no windows, let alone a view! We then headed to a blues bar, but there was a queue outside to get in, so we went to the irish bar next door. Not quite the same, but beggars can't be choosers. They had an offer on a beer called PSB so we all had one, and found out why it was on offer! We won't make that mistake ...
... corn dog. Siobhan was impressed, me less so. It's another iconic place though, so I'm glad we went, and I'm glad we tried an American icon.
After that it was pretty much time to make tracks to the Windy City - Chicago (so called by Milwaukee, as people of Chicago are always blowing hot air). We had one final stop we wanted to make before returning the car - to the Gemini Giant in Wilmington. Standing outside the Launching Pad Drive-In restaurant, ...
... she decided to put up with the commute. The mother worked from home so despite having to leave the flat at 7am, Sam was usually back before 6pm. Annalissa worked as a nanny for two little girls just four days a week. The eldest, Parker, went to 'pre-k' (play school, pre-kindergarten) in the mornings and the afternoons Mon-Weds were filled with various activities like dancing and swimming classes. Thursday afternoons the three of them would go out and do something fun, such as go for ...
... 8211; best western. We got our rooms, unpacked, got ready for next day, used internet, then we meet up to go to dinner.
We walked to the metro station – just around the corner from the hotel, then caught the metro further into the city. We caught it to an old style food court where i had a Chicago style hot
dog – tasty but not the best. After dinner a group of ...