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Wanting to make the most of Museum Mile but not wanting to take the cash hit all in one go, I decided I'd "settle" for the American Natural History Museum on the other side of the park. Wandering off I only got 100m before stumbling on the weekly Hans Christian Anderson storytelling hour, which consisted of a few dozen chairs packed with young families, all crowded around a few women in the shadow of his statue. The whole thing was incredible, and I ended up sitting there ...
... film quite a few movies in Chicago because the taxes are lower. So we were a little excited and felt a bit "hollywood" when we saw one of the cars. We then did a tad bit more shopping (we are only human after all and retail therapy never hurts!) I feel I practised great restraint though and, from memory, I don't think I actually bought anything. I'm sure my credit card will either confirm or deny this though!
On our final full day, we took a trip to the famous Oak ...
... fully flat-bed seats. The cabin is split into two compartments: the forward area with 18 seats and the rear area also with 18 seats. Economy Plus offers 70 seats in a 3-3-3 abreast setup with 35-inch seat pitch (compared to 31 inches in regular Economy Class). There’s seven rows of Economy Plus in the forward section of the coach cabin plus seven seats in the row behind Door 3 for a total of 70 E+ seats. The regular Economy section has 113 seats for a total of 183 ...
... to the front desk to try and get everything sorted out, and eventually the panic was over.
We checked out of the hostel at 11am but stayed in the lobby to use the Internet to catch up on a few necessary bits and pieces and I also FaceTimed the Heals again for a bit. A couple of hours later, we reluctantly shrugged on our bags again and headed out into a grey and drizzly city to walk to Union Station to catch our train. The weather perfectly ...
... top story was...the rising muder rate in Chicago, our next stop. Very uplifting.
Well, eventually the crew woke up and after a quick breakfast the kids draged me into the swimming pool for a refreshing splash. Once that was all said and done we fianlly hit the road to Chicago, where Jennifer and I first met 12 years ago. In fact, our hotel is just across the street from Jennifer's first apartment.
Before we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center