La Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Tinley Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was much better than most other days. We had a ramp capable of supporting more than enough trucks, and had a very large stage. What was really nice about this amphitheater was that is was another one with a balcony.
The day went off without any issues, ...
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... we turned right and headed east to Oz Park. I had been looking forward to seeing this recreational area - it is named after The Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum, who once lived in the neighbourhood. The City Walk card describes it thus: "you'll see the Tin Man at the entrance and the Emerald City Gardens inside, complete with a yellow brick road". Well, the Tin Man was a rather uninteresting statue, the yellow brick road went for about two metres ...
... was quite exceptional, she doesn't have scales so is sort of slimy like an eel but at the same time really hard, like steel. I will say that Chicago is very good at making things hands on in their museums and facilities here. In the penguin section where you can spend time watching the little guys on the rocks and in the water, there is a separate sections for kids called 'be a penguin' where they can play on 'rocks' and slide down an 'ice' slide. It was really ...
... you like but you will never be able to suitably describe the meal. We shared 5 courses (it sounds a lot but they are small plates and the waiter suggested this number). I admit that I was struggling by the fourth dish, and the fifth was almost impossible but there is just no way to resist. By the end of the meal I could barely breathe - there was no room for air! We enjoyed sauteed beans in fish sauce, salmon and strawberries, two pork dishes and some amazing potato ...