BEST WESTERN Inn & Suites - Midway Airport
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More of the same countryside as the early evening the day before. Flat expanses of corn crops, sprinkled with small towns, farm houses, barns, silos and the occasional crop processing factories by the look of them. We were now into Iowa, but much the same as Idaho. One of our stops was at the town made famous by the M.A.S.H character, Walter "Radar" O'Reilly - Ottumwa, Iowa. See photos. It looked like you could still find Radar working in ...
... after the game. We planned to go to the Skydeck at Willis Tower. Our plans changed, however, when they told us that it was going to be a 4 hour wait. We decided to go first thing tomorrow morning. We roamed around downtown Chicago and then had dinner at Portillo's. I got a Chicago style hotdog. It was difficult to eat, but delicious! We made it back to our hostel before dark, hoping for ...
... in - which took two and a half hours in the end - was quite pleasant, with the very white snow underfoot and the very blue sky above.
When I got to Grant Park near 'Museum Campus' (location of several museums including the field museum, the planetarium and the aquarium) that was my queue to turn inland. I crossed the bridge over the Metra tracks and was then on Michigan Avenue. Right in front of me across the street was Yolk a restaurant chain that Annalissa had ...
... they were hitting the streets of Chicago and back to the apartment block to pick up the others. With Max navigating via his iPhone, after a few twists and turns we were pulling up at Costco and off into a vast warehouse-sized building exploring what was on offer. Some products are common no matter where you are in the world and others are very relevant to the local region - e.g. electric snow blowers and snow shoes. Apart from that (and ...
... has a remarkable history of its own, too complex to be included in this blog, but well worth a little research if anyone is interested.)
Then we headed over to famous Navy Pier.This 3,300 ft long pier was built in 1916 and was named in honour of the American Navy and Merchant Marine who paid for their share in the WW1 victory with their lives. It is one of the most visited sites in the midwestern U.S. and is Chicago's ...