Jameson Suites of Arlington Heights
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... but, of course there is always a but, the room is at the back of the hotel and faces on a very busy street with lots of cars and big trucks. I slept fine but Kindy had a tough night. On the upside, the hotel will shuttle us over to CruiseAmerica where we will have to get in line with 40 other people picking up RVs today. They are so busy they would not even schedule a pickup time, they just said come in and first come, first served. So we will head over about 10 and get in ...
... morning. We'd seen all the setting up of tents and finish line bleachers the day before, so knew where to go. After breakfast (which I went to fetch from downstairs and bring back up to eat in our kitchen rather than crowd into the dining room.) we headed down Michigan avenue, which is quite a hike, so we felt athletic by the time we arrived at the scene of the action. On the way I'd encountered a bunch of Chicago police officers, several on horses, who were more than happy ...
... but they gave it a good shot.
Seeing the Chicago skyline was a real thrill. It is a beautiful city. Knowing Ryan's father helped to shape it makes it extra special for me to look at. We navigated our way through the Skyway and out of the city no problem. However, just before we were to head out to the suburbs fatigue set in and Omar took a wrong turn - right into the O'Hare airport ...
... to bring home lol. Unfortunately it ****** down for a few hours so I was soaked! Wet + tired + carrying cheese cake in the heat equals an unhappy Nicola so head back to hotel to chill for an hour or so. Headed back out to grant park and then over to millennium park again where there was an outdoor jazz festival so chilled out on the grass with a root beer. Now may I add at this point I had never had root beer ...
... lightning to the south, one of which I swear I saw hit a nearby marina.
Coming down again into the muggy air at ground level wasn't particularly pleasant, but we did promise ourselves to come back and eat at the Cheesecake Factory, located in a hollowed out area at the foot of the Hancock, or 'Big John' as it is apparently known. Drizzles of rain accompanied us home, making the air even more humid, but the odd flash of lightning was worth ...