Country Inn & Suites O'Hare South
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I made it to Chicago. FYI this is not a friendly airport if one is hungry. I stopped at Duty Free and picked up a carton of cigarettes; bottle of Henney; and some perfume. Also picked up Kate an Djai, they were sitting next to a woman who was picking her nose. I guess they can tag along with me. Cheers for ...
... including the centre of Chicago. The logo on scarves and flags is One Nation, One Team! We are surprised to see such a huge World Cup following here. There is a charming 'old town' but old is a relative term. Architecturally, Chicago is a pearl and well worth a visit just on that account. There are important companies like Leo Burnett, stunning sculptures, world class museums and nightlife. We hardly scratched the surface but what we saw pleased us. ...
... of openness and space, which is unusual considering its one of the biggest cities in America. It's known by a latin phrase which means city in a garden, and looking down on the beautiful green parks below, it's not hard to see why. We came down from our great natural high (literally as well as figuratively!) and found at the base of the tower something we'd been searching for, for the past three days. A cafe selling Chicago deep dish pizza! We shared a 6 inch spinach and cheese ...
... Lake Michigan and crossed the Chicago River at Columbus Drive, near the Sheraton Hotel. We had learnt on our recent boat cruise that the top floor penthouse at the Sheraton has bullet-proof glass, it is where all former presidents stayed when visiting this city. Barack Obama, a Chicago resident, stays at his own home south of the city when back in town. We made our way to Fox and Obel, an upmarket delicatessen that we remembered from our previous ...
Navy Pier was great. No problems getting the 10000 steps today as the walk to end is 1 mile. Fantastic views of the city behind and out to Lake Michigan.
Took a stroll down the Theatre District. Lots of great buildings. Took the opportunity to have a sneaky ale (it was only 11.30) but it was great. Very refreshing.
Tomorrow I will take in a bit more of Michigan Ave and have a look at the shops and perhaps do a tour of the Chicago ...