Comfort Suites Oakbrook Terrace
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After a final sleep-in, we awoke to the remains of a snowfall during the evening. The temperature was just above zero and the snow was now falling as rain and turning the overnight fall to slush. We opted for a walk around the corner from Sarah & Max's apartment to a local coffee shop, commenting along the way that it was clearly time to be leaving Chicago; with a cold snap forecast for the next week and further heavier snow falls. We struggled to find our footing in ...
... The Magnificent Mile of Michigan Ave was very impressive for some of it's amazing old buildings. The famous Giordano deep dish Pizza was different and maybe not for those used to the traditional style, however, in my opinion, tasty! The thing about food in America is size. A small is really a medium and a medium is a large. A large is bloody enormous. I also experienced a Chilli today in a little Cafe where we had lunch. Once again very tasty! Niagara Falls ...
Food etiquette is to sample everything. Pretend to eat or fake health issues if you see something on your plate that you know you cannot ingest. You must 'save face' of your host. Your behavior & trustworthiness as a human is being judged. Encourage others to eat more; this is considered a sign of politeness.
For toasting in China hold the glass with both hands, one flat ...
... the sweeping curve of the lake, passing Canadian geese and small sailing boats , fountains and a series of gardens, all designed to look like a swath of wildflowers. A young man lies in a hammock suspended under the shade of huge trees, teasing his Golden Labrador playfully with a toy; parents walk with babies and children;segues in small groups pass by, people on bicycles too and eventually, footsore, we head back. Near the Art Institute in ...
... bed was located!
4:30 sharp we leave for the President's reception and oh yeah we just happened to have organi\ed a silent auction so plse bring $$ -- the building is the Rookery - Chicago's first sky-scraper at 11 stories and built with an internal steel skeleton and therefore could 'grow' to 11 stories a beautiful
building with FLWright connection because he 'renovated' the original - and in 1930 his renovation