Best Western Crossroads Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... With Germany's huge win, the students will get to see the finale in Austria - an extra free excursion, they joked. It was very exciting news to hear. We made some friends in the airport as we chatted about the results, a huge 7-1 victory for Germany. Frau didn't get a chance to run with her German flag due to the delays like she had hoped, but will be making good use of it for the finale on Sunday. Arriving in ...
... back seat with Maggie and I. We left central Chicago and headed west towards (and beyond) O'Hare International airport, accompanied by Chrissy Amphlett and the Divinyls being played on the local radio station. Our first stop was Lowe's Hardware, a huge store very similar in layout to Bunnings but with all signage in English and Spanish. Because the weather was so glorious, the gardeners were out in force and plants, seedling trays and potting mix appeared to be the ...
Because we were in bed by 10pm, we were up by 7am. We got up, got dressed and went to go find breakfast. We had breakfast at a dinner called the Pittsfield Cafe. It was really good - tough to find, but really good. It was in the lobby of an old building, called the Pittsfield.
Then we headed back to the hotel to pick up the camera. Then we walked to Navy Pier taking pictures along the way. At Navy ...
... ones. Men and women, mostly in their late twenties to early thirties, sport large, complex and colourful tattoos on arms, shoulders, legs, backs and chests. It's hard not to raise your eyebrows when passing a petite blonde, beautifully dressed, when you realise that the lacy yoke of her blouse is in fact heavy tattoo work. Today we saw an on-duty policeman with a 'sleeve'. Is it Chicago, or simply that we are walking in city streets more frequently than ...