Best Western Crossroads Inn
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... has a remarkable history of its own, too complex to be included in this blog, but well worth a little research if anyone is interested.)
Then we headed over to famous Navy Pier.This 3,300 ft long pier was built in 1916 and was named in honour of the American Navy and Merchant Marine who paid for their share in the WW1 victory with their lives. It is one of the most visited sites in the midwestern U.S. and is Chicago's ...
Man to me: "So is this your day job?"
Me (I heard "main job"): "Yep!" ...
... I’ve tried it but I definitely won’t be craving it in the future. Italy still does the best pizza in the world in my opinion.
On Sunday we decided to walk along the beach up to Lincoln Park. We passed Leo Burnett’s 7 foot tall sculpture of two feet on the sand. They’re part of the Art Institute’s promotion of its exhibit by Belgian artist Rene Magritte. Children were having great fun climbing on ...
... 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 ...
We all arose early again, as the schedule for the day commenced with Maggie and I leaving Ontario Place with Sarah at 7:30am. Four people trying to organise themselves around one bathroom at that time of the day is impractical, so Maggie and I deferred our showers until later in the morning. We accompanied Sarah, who was on her way to work but needed to show us how to get to their new home in the old 'Sexton Lofts' - an old building on the corner of Illinois and Orleans Streets in ...