Hyatt Place Itasca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as the surrounding area, and I was not wrong. I saw a beautiful square, a castle, one of the many branches of the city's museum and lots of neat churches and buildings. If you can't find something good to eat, you probably aren't looking hard enough. The people are very friendly and helpful. Language was not an issue, and if the person did not fully understand English, we made it work with gestures and maps. My hotel was ...
... need to turn the heater on at home. In general, the answer was along the lines of "put on a jumper". Rambo was happy to see us when we returned, and she and I played a chasing game for a while. She seems to have settled well into the new apartment and enjoys the extra space; particularly as it allows her to chase her tail with less likelihood of bumping her head. We all had a cup of tea and headed to bed - Sarah and Max have work tomorrow, so didn't need a late ...
I would like to point out the advantages of staying in a fancy inn as opposed to a chain hotel. One, the bed is super comfortable and the pillows nice and plentiful. Two, very nice toiletries, like bath salts and face wipes. And finally, a more delicious breakfast than you would get at a Holiday Inn. The Portsmouth Harbor Inn serves at 2 course breakfast at 8:30. Breakfast is served at beautiful wooden dining table where ...
... another three or four beans in the grinder and to top it up. The espresso machine is used just as scientifically - beans are ground immediately before use by one staff member, another extracts the espresso shot while a third steams the milk. With person #4 taking orders at the start, and #5 plating up and delivering, it's a real production line - no wonder queues form! And that's just for cappuccinos, lattés etc - other staff cover the French Press, tea making ...
... of them didn't look too badly off. One guy had his phone plugged into the wall as he was begging. I did almost give in to one woman with two little kids, whom I had seen someone giving food and money to. By the time we had come back, they had gone. So don't know if she was fair dinkum or not. The homeless in San Francisco certainly looked far worse than Chicago. Felt very uncomfortable around them. Back to hotel for sleep ...