La Quinta Inn Chicago Willowbrook
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... place. When dinner was over, we all returned to the terminal and tried to stay occupied. Some played cards and others charged phones. It has been pretty relaxed. This is not my first time flying. I am still nervous about a few things though. I'm worried we'll be delayed at some point and I'm not looking forward to the plane ride. I just want to be there already. I'm so ...
... was really good and we all enjoyed it!! Good to try new things even if it was impulsive and a little by accident! It was a good river cruise all the same with a good narrative host! We dawdled back in the direction of our hotel to have some lunch and then Dale and Mitch were heading off on their Segway tour. While I'm catching up on the washing and the kids are having a chill with some TV. Let's cross our fingers we have no broken bones or broken segways we ...
... After the pit stop, we decided to explore more of the pier since we were there, checking out the Stained Glass Museum and purchasing 2 of the last 6 tickets for the Tall Ship Windy the following day. It's a popular one! A fun experience sailing on the open waters of the lake, but if you're pressed for time, I'd say you may be able to skip this one.
With a mob tour booked at 4pm, we headed back to the downtown to join our tour, leaving plenty of ...
... insisted on a name change- the murmurs that went through the audience - of reproach - made us realise there was still a bit of England that will be forever the enemy!)
Walked to the Tower and passed the red art work that was the backdrop to the parade in FBDO and on to the tower and express lift. We had VIP tickets via the hostel so straight to the front of the queue and up to the view deck. Glorious views all round. ...
... a stroll through the nearby streets. To my surprise, I quickly discover that Chicago has its own 'Kreuzberg' neighbourhood by the name ‘Bucktown’. Apparently that name comes from the farmers back in the days, keeping goats in their front lawns. Alright!
Along the sidewalks people are sitting in the hot sun (yes, the weather is unpredictable!) and they enjoy their afternoon cocktails, snacks or coffees. Here, everyone is just the way ...