La Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Tinley Park
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... instruments were played live on stage by the actors. Unfortunately I found it difficult to concentrate, I was so tired I kept doing my Churchill impression (I.e a nodding dog) plus I was feeling a bit sick. I blame that rank meal we had. Feel a bit better now I have been sick (sorry tmi!). Think we are gonna laze tomorrow morning as we are not leaving until 12pm. Then we have another overnight journey on the train. Bedtime for me now I ...
... walk in quite humid conditions we were surprised to find the restaurant and bar packed with people even at 6:00pm. We were told that our wait for a table would be about 45 minutes, so we propped at the bar with a drink each; we had not finished that first drink before we were taken to an outside table for our meal. We all chose the ribs, which were incredibly tender - the meat fell off the bone when cut. Diners who chose ribs could have either a full or half slab, accompanied by one ...
... ve had so far have been great, but it was also nice to take some time and have a meal, chat about some other stuff, and hang out with the kids. I'll get back on the sightseeing boat tomorrow with an architectural tour down Chicago river. It seems like writing a concise blog is beyond me, and as connecting unimportant words with white hyphens to cut down the word count a'la finals coursework won't work, you'll just have to give yourself a pat on the back if you managed to read this far.
Changing the topic from drink to food, New York pizza, Wowza! The one problem with the pizza in New York though is that they serve it up fire hot, therefore when you purchase your slice, it completely burns your mouth out. The real difficulty is that you are fully aware of how delicious it will taste meaning you are too impatient to let it cool down. It’s a vicious cycle, burnt mouth or wait irritated and dribbling. It seems I couldn’t help ...
... we took the train into Chicago for a look around. First stop was the Willis Tower, built in the 1970s but still the tallest building in the Western hemisphere, right at the top, 103 floors up or 286 Michael Jordans high was the viewing platform where we had a great view all over Chicago. Chicago is the home of the skyscraper and it was fascinating to be looking down on them all for a change, it gave a much clearer sense of the shapes and textures of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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