Aloft Chicago O'Hare
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... day we had to drive to the Hertz location not far from our hotel (which on booking said it could not provide us with the vehicle size that we needed and hence the reason we had to go out to the airport in the first place) and swap over the Tahoe for our GMC Yukon XL which we had booked, and which they had organised to be delivered there during the afternoon. So anyway, shopping here we come!! We drove out to Aurora where the Premium Outlets are, parked and ...
... a more casual version of the picnics in the car park at the Melbourne Cup. There was smoke pouring of the grills and they were having a ball! As we were pretty early we entered the Stadium and then found our seats, which were nicely placed by 1st base. It is a large arena seating about 40,000 people, and has first class facilities with unlimited food and drink stalls and dozens of toilets! Hope Tuck Waldron has done some serious research for ...
... the waiters to stop the clock, go back to the savoury courses as I wasn't anywhere near sated. In fact if this was the bedroom, then one of us was displaying very bad manners and it certainly wasn't me.
It brought to mind the comment from Graham's hairdresser regarding dining at Tetsuyas: she wanted to stop off for a hamburger on the way home. While I wouldn't go that far, I came closer to understanding how she felt.
... map I finally realised that we had actually already done this..it was one of the first things we did in Chicago. When we travelled in to see the bean we travelled on the brown line and in order to get to Millenium Park you have to travel via the loop. Silly me. After realising this I made sure i paid better attention to the train journey into town (and not catch up on sleep) and have a good snoop into some of the local businesses we rattled past. One of the other ‘must ...