FairBridge Hotel at Executive Plaza Wheeling
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We then visited the bean, to look at the huge sculpture before walking back to the motel. The city is really nice, and because of the breeze blowing off Lake Michigan the air is much fresher and cooler than it has been so far. Slept brilliantly, it was lovely being back in a proper bed! We were up early and today is a free day, so after breakfast, trying American biscuits, which are like scones, for breakfast, we headed off to go up Willis tower, ...
... daughter. They met up with us and chatted for about an hour or so. We came back to the hotel, took a few more suckers that everybody in the hotel is now drooling over. There actually was a line to get these Chupa Chups. After getting into the room, Kaleb and I decided to use the pool. Our elevator trip was slow from the 18th to the 27th floor because of multiple stops. Everyone was getting on to go to the pool. When we arrived, it was closed do to unforeseen ...
... He was just getting ready to close it all up. We had never seen hide nor hair of him the whole week we were there, but had a nice chat with him now -Wisonsonites do like to talk.
The up shot of that snafu was that we wouldn't have time for Milwaukee. Nor would I be able to stop off in Racine and pick up a Kringle. Besides ...
... did it actually, I just watched in terrified amazement as he maneuvered her all over that parking garage, WOW, my husband is a magician! After that we had a fantastic lunch at Howells and Hood. They had Andrews favorite beer on tap (alagash curieux) and they served fried cheese curds in their very own miniature fry basket (oh, and served with ranch dressing)! We then went down to the Navy Pier and walked around. It was ...
... hour). Things did not change for the better late into Saturday evening and into Sunday. The wind picked up, but the temperature dropped and those on deck all night had their work cut out for them. One crew member told me it was by far the coldest night he’d spent working the Mac. Everyone, whether they were on deck or below did their best to keep warm. ...