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Travel Blogs from Schiller Park
... compete with a nice thin crust for me. After our giant/small pizza, we walked through Millennium Park to get to the 'Taste of Chicago' festival and sat down amongst many others, while watching a band called 'The Mowgli's'. They sounded okay and were nice as background music, but when you actually listened to the lyrics it was a little too heavy on the cringe side... After they left the stage, ...
... shape tattooed on my shoulder and now I have it. I can continue to design the tattoo and at certain points in the future I will make these additions when I feel ready. Anyway, the experience wasn't too painful and didn't take long at all. We had found that walking around in such high temperatures all day had drained us quite a lot so we decided to head back to the hotel where we basically watched TV and relaxed for the rest of the ...
... beach". I need to ask a question here though. Can you really call it a beach if it is a lake and not the ocean? I'm not being sarcastic or facetious, I really want to know the answer. This certainly looked like a beach (a small one, but one all the same). There was some sand and a shoreline and a vast pool of water with boats and yachts moored. When you looked out all you could see was water - all the way to the horizon. I went to stand at one bit, which admittedly was a ...
I got up and wandered around the cabin to take a look at all these features myself. It was really neat to be aboard a brand-spanking-new airplane. Everything looked so clean and polished. The big windows with a button to electronically control the shading are really nifty. The lavatories feature automatic flushing toilets – you put the seat down and whoosh! The overheard bins are noticeably roomier. You can also notice the additional space in the cabin ...
... soda and goldfish crackers (still pretty cool though!) that we were allowed to sit in as we had a sleeping cart booked again for our overnight trip to D.C.
It was in the metropolitan lounge that I discovered the joys of sour patch kids, and demolished an entire packet whilst waiting to alight our train. Once we were on, we met our attendant for the evening, Arthur Baxter the second (absolute dude), and quickly sorted our little cabin out; it ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking