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... pretty long way from O'Hare all the way to downtown, so it did kind of start to lose its lustre, especially in the dark of the evening.
We walked around downtown Chi-town for a while and eventually settled on deep dish pizza at Pizano's which turned out to be a delicious and family friendly choice. We hopped the Blue Line back out to Rosemont just in time for the bedtime routine.
It was a pretty good start to a big adventure.
... and Half Acre invariably comes up. They're in such demand, they can't get their libations outside of the city. We got a free, private, impromptu tour and tasting thanks to traveler's guilt. Next we went over to their tap room for a pint. Highly recommended. Next was a couple of coffees at a neighborhood spot. And then a chicago dog. Because why not? On our way back to the train we stopped at Xoco. Rick Bayless ...
Today was very ambitious. We wanted to cover a lot of ground as our plan is to spend most of our time out West. We traveled from Niagara Falls to the Northwestern suburbs of Chicago - Arlington Heights where the Kennys have very kindly offered to let us visit and park our camper.
Don't let the line on the map fool you. It is a really long drive - all told the trip was well over 600 miles. ...
... 2 weeks later. They had all the regular stuff but I had an omelet that was outstanding, Mary had fruit filled crepes and I do not recall in any fashion what the kids had.
Lunch was at the Porterhouse Restaurant, another establishment that was picked at random.
- Z and C had a Bulmer's cider
- P had a Guinness ( I know, what a surprise)
- M had a Coca Cola
- Z had a bowl of Dingle Ball chowder, not really sure what was in it but he said ...
... down so hard that you couldn't see the plane at the next gate.
Once the storm passed the plane still had to be fueled and we were not the first on the list. Two hours late we lifted off. On the way out we flew past the most impressive thunderhead I have ever seen! It must have reached 35000 feet high. Glad the pilot went beside it and not through it!
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