Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Elmhurst/Oakbrook Area
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... 16 miles, went fairly well, even though we literally crawled for over an hour for a trip I thought would take about 30 minutes.
Finding a parking place was a challenge, trying to fit our pickup with a rack on the back into parking spaces while parallel parking. Dolly helped guide me as we backed and pulled forward several times until we were parked legally. From there, we took a 10 minute walk to an outdoor restaurant where Jana was ...
... Extended Stay America - Elmhurst, took a bit longer than expected. The hotel has a nice big room with a kitchen area which has already been stocked with breakfast, fruit and cold water for the journey ahead. Hoping that tonight's sunset heralds a bright day ...
... also the FLWright Foundation has there storefront here - free champagne, wine
and, gratefully, water - little snacks - didn't have any......
7:30pm we are back at the hotel - a quick change (it was cocktail/business dress code) -- for a walk around the block 3 interesting restaurants in one block also learn there is a Whole Foods and Trader Joe's within 3 blocks -- tomorrow?
a lovely calm evening -- with clear ...
I had a five hour layover here and we have now boarded and are ready to go. There are few people who got on in Sacramento like me and are going all the way to NY. One guy I have been talking with is a nice, older Israeli man named Emil. I found him a seat where he doesn't have to be paired with someone and he is sitting across from ...
... umbrella and walked the short distance eastwards down Kinzie Street to Siena Tavern where we were to meet Max and Sarah for lunch. Siena Tavern only opened this year, and is owned and run by a former 'Top Chef' winner - this is a television reality show similar to our Masterchef but starring professional cooks. The food was great, as you would expect from a 'gastropub' (a term that has unfortunate connotations, making me think ...