Comfort Inn Hoffman Estates - Schaumburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... colder than what we'd planned) then headed to the Elephant and Castle, which we discovered in DC last year, for tea (aka dinner). Trace and I had the usual Butter Chicken, whilst the guys had Sheppards Pie. I was too full for desert, but the others shared a bread and butter pudding. After tea, we took the short walk back to the hotel, showered and bed, ready for 730am gym meet up to start ...
... when the mouths started to open to be sprayed by the fountain.
We walked towards Lake Michigan through Lurie Garden. There was a stream with wooden decking running through the garden where people were sat chatting with friends cooling their feet in the water. It was heaven when Thomas and I decided to do the same. We had been on our feet all morning and they were aching and very hot. We could have stayed there ...
... me where the storage lockers were and how to access theirs. We popped into the mail room, where Sarah collected an assortment of regular letters and two parcels - the latter needed to be signed for at the small dry cleaners which is also on site. We returned to the apartment and moved what had been the dining table in their old place to its new site against the window in M & S's bedroom where it will become Max's work station. Sarah headed off shortly after ...
... had excellent players, but Germany had an altogether excellent team. And although Germany has won the World Cup on three prior occasions (1954, 1974, and 1990), this was their first win as a united nation and not as West Germany. This year is also the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall (some people reading this blog probably weren’t even born yet when that happened). A momentous occasion indeed! More blog updates to follow after allowing ample time for celebratory festivities!
... the length of the Brown line. This line winds around between houses and gave us another look into people's lives. They do it tough here, wages are low, unemployment high, lots of social problems (another two shootings last night), but everyone is very polite and friendly.
They call Chicago the Crossroads of America because of all the different races and religions, it is a big transport hub, and many important inventions ...