Baymont Inn & Suites - Chicago Calumet City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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I had a lovely lie in this morning, I woke up around 9am then decided to meet Mabs, Hannah and Lyndsey downstairs to explore Chicago as today was our free day. We decided to hire bikes (like the boris bikes in London) to see The Bean again in daylight and to head up to Lincoln Park; which every time someone said it I always thought of the rock band. We had such a nightmare with the bikes as Mabs brought two on her card, one for herself and one for Hannah as it didn't take cash. ...
... meals. After a short break, Sarah, Wendy, Yvonne and Chris headed out for a walk over to Millennium Park to walk off more of the NYE excesses and to check out the new ice skating "ribbon" / children's playground. It was apparent that we were not the only ones with this in mind as many locals were also out enjoying the first day of the new year. A lengthy stroll back through the city finally had us back at the apartment as the final rays of sun disappeared below the ...
... through millennium park etc. We joined our tour group at 2 and were told quite a lot about the architecture of the city and other stories. One good tip we were told is to heads up to the top of the Hancock building where they have a bar, and as long as you buy something it's free to go up there! So despite it being a lot further away than the Sears tower we went there and saved ourselves about $20! We watched the sun setting while we were drinking our beer/cider and it was ...
... some deep pan pizza so we went to legendary Gino’s. To be honest I was a bit disappointed after all the hype. We had to wait an hour to get a table so we went for a pre dinner drink at a bar around the corner. Once seated and ordered it took 45mins for them to make the pizza so the suspense was really built up by then. I love pizza but for me there was just too much topping and the base crumbled as you cut a slice. ...
... Laughing at old stories and creating some new memories…taking shelter and chatting with strangers in the art studio when the storm quickly arrived at the festival, hearing stories about John working in the family’s meat processing plant, dancing the boogaloo at the blues club and absorbing all the rich musical history at the Green Mill (Jazz Vocalist Kurt Elling’s stomping ...