Country Inn & Suites Romeoville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... as far as the eye could see.
After being on time last night the train slowly lost more time until it arrived in Chicago about an hour and a half late.
At this point we gathered all our belongings and got off the train. The first stop was the Amtrak lounge in the station. We checked in and put our bags in storage, having been told that we needed to be in the station by 8.30pm for our train, and set off into Chicago.
... loch). The river itself was interesting as they actually reversed the flow away from Lake Michigan in the early 1900's because 20% of the residents were dying from illnesses such as cholera and typhoid from the waste flowing down into the lake, which is their drinking supply. The lake is beautiful and the view of the shoreline was outstanding. It is definitely not a tour for everyone, and I can't say I remember a whole lot, but if you ever have the chance it is so worthwhile ...
... in it! Train ride back was fine and it ended up raining lightly on my walk back to the B&B but it was really hot here today so the rain was lovely! I had a little rest and then went out and took the train again just one stop down and got off and went to eat dinner at a restaurant called Dimo's Pizza! It's quite a nice restaurant! I had a slice of the vegan pizza option they had (yep, typical American style "by the slice")! It was pretty filling! ...
... anyway of course, being an international flight. We were up and touring, via foot this time (buses didn't happen until 9am anyway) and fast walking down to Grant Park. We both wanted to see this magnificent fountain we'd seen in photos, prints, on postcards and glimpsed briefly from the bus other other day. On the way we passed my favourite sculpture again, and much to my delight there was virtually no one crowding around it. From certain angles it looked as if I was the only ...
... antennae, and colors of the skyline revealed themselves from beyond the horizon, it became immediately clear that Chicago was going to be a change of pace from Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Detroit. This is a place that (Wikipedia tells me) ranks 7th in the Global Cities Index, and is the 4th largest single-city economy in the world, when measured by Gross Domestic Product. Of course, it is also home to some ...