Country Inn & Suites Romeoville
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Bin 36-339 North Dearborn Chicago IL60654
BIN 36 Chicago is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily and features contemporary American cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients and wine pairings. ...
... for fun, where I want for as long as I want with who I want, as of now, I will make x or y changes in my professional life, as of now, I will or won't...fill in the blank.
Don't get me wrong, I am not saying any of the above things are wrong and that is why they need changing. I love my life. I have an insane amount of gratitude for the life I am blessed to live. But you can have a good, even great life, and still want more from it and to give more of yourself to ...
... life...at least that's how I was looking at it. Before I knew it, the city of Chicago was before me, along with a wall of water that was only slightly darker than the evening sky, stretching to the far horizon and in either direction as far as my eyes could see. Incredible Lake Michigan. I'd landed in Chicago's O'Hare Airport once before, of course, my first touchdown on US soil in fact, when on my way to Boston in the July holidays. However, I'd only been there for about ...
... to the game. Plus, we had been warned both by a Bears fan on Friday and by our ticket broker friend Leroy at Michigan State to watch out for counterfeit tickets to the Bears games. Then I remembered NFL ticket exchange. I navigated to that website about an hour before the game and found tickets in the lower section of the corner of the endzone for just a teeny bit above face value. After a quick mapping to the Kinko's nearest ...
... of the glorious sunshine to explore Millenium Park, including its 'Guggenheim museum in an earthquake' Pritzker Pavillion and Anish Kapoor's kidney bean sculpture (I heard no one refer to it as the Cloud Gate). From there I photographed my way down the magnificent mile of Michigan Ave before walking/paddling along a couple of miles of beach (the resemblance of the lake-shore to the seaside is really surreal).
That evening we had a lovely BBQ out ...