Jameson Suites of Arlington Heights
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... 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 ...
... at random (relatively), M looked at the menu in the window and then decided we could go in there to eat.
- C ordered an Irish Coffee, she had been saying how much she wanted to try one so she got it. It was a strong one and she did not really care for the Jameson. Somebody needed to drink it because you just can't let Jameson's go to waste, good thing P was available to finish it off.
- Z had a Bailey Coffee which he enjoyed
- M had a Bailey's on ...
... are brand new releases you have to just buy them (he did tell me they had my size though). Once again I made my way back to the cashiers and, of course, it had to be the same girl who I'd said I had no room for more trainers so she had a laugh to herself when I asked for a pair of the Jordan Retro IVs.
After my trip to Niketown I decided to grab a drink and then head back to the motel so I stopped off at TGIs and just had a Coke. I don't know what had happened because ...
... into two 65 litre bags - backpacks with wheels - and then two smaller day packs. We've done pretty well we think, with our bags weighing close on 11kgs each, and the day packs being currently empty except for Bill Bryson's "Home" (the irony of that being a first book to read while travelling is not lost on us), an ipad and two water sacks (empty at the request of the TSA).
Below a few photos of what we have packed!
... go up to the top of the Hancock Building, as I knew Kelli wouldn’t do it with me!
I was informed that the elevator was the fastest in the USA and indeed I reached the top floor of the Hancock Observatory in literally seconds. The views of Chicago from the top were breathtaking, The Willis Tower was clearly visible as was the waters of Lake Michigan. The observatory had something called the Wind Tunnel, a ...