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This morning we had breakfast at the Days Inn in New Stanton, PA. It had rained well overnight and was still raining this morning. What a surprise when we noticed that the noise that we hardly heard through breakfast turned out to be a construction crew working to remove what was left of the canopy over the hotel entrance. We don't know why but it collapsed overnight!
It was a long, rainy day of driving today. It was raining when we left ...
... 8th), 108 storeys, 1451 feet high to reach the sky deck although the mist prevented us viewing the spectacular views of the city and Lake Michigan! Lovely dinner at Vapiano's and then back to the hotel at 10.30 pm, all shattered. Off to Walmart in a mo to buy a Sat Nav before a 4 hr drive to St Louis - hoping to catch the World Cup final en route as a 2 pm KO out ...
... area was very much a university accommodation type part of the city, and we saw plenty of students walking around. The theatre itself couldn't have less highbrow than the Oriental from the night before, right down to the elevated railway line literally metres away from the roof. It felt like a small local community theatre as we moved into the crowded foyer. This show has been running here for 5 years, so they must be doing something right. Turns out they were, and we had ...
... ended up dragging the camper right through Arrivals at O'Hare before we could turn around and get back on track. That's one weird site - a camper at the airport!
We arrived finally at the Kennys lovely home around 9:30 PM (Central). Thank God for our safe arrival and for a lovely day together as a family.
Looking forward to spending the day in Chicago. How about some deep dish pizza ...
In the morning I caught the tube into the loop and headed for Navy Pier. Apparently it's the most touristy place in the city. As piers go it is pretty big, with a theatre and stuff on it, and has the typical little fair at the end. It's quite run of the mill in terms of these kind of things though, so I don't know how or why it's earnt the 'most visited' moniker. Here I had a world famous Chicago style pizza. Thick base. It didn't look ...
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