Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Naperville
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... and Sunday, I was in the midst of feeling all of the joy of feeling like complete ****. On top of feeling sad about leaving my cats. On top of that I was worried about my cats and their reaction to me being gone for 4 days.
Added on the joys of of the above unmentioned event, I let the fan run on my feet and I got chilled at some point, so I was feeling ****** on Saturday. ...
... bonus! We had our first hot dog at a baseball game, which was actually yummo! We managed to catch a Cubs game later in the week against the Pirates, with some very hot weather. On the agenda for the next day (Thursday) was the Field Museum and the Shedd Aquarium. Mike was in absolute heaven. Dinosaurs, and ancient worlds, bugs and reptiles. There was so much stuff to see that we didn't even get to see every ...
... Madison, Wisconsin is not on a straight line from Sioux City to Naperville, Illinois (outside of Chicago). But, I visited a Land’s End outlet there on the beginning of the trip and wanted to swing by on the return trip to see if I could get a deal on good work clothes (turns out: no).
Oh! I almost forgot the reason I went to Sioux City in the first place! It’s an ...
... scheduled to start at 1:20pm eventually got under way at 3pm. In the 4 hours prior we manged to check out 3 local bars, one with what must have been over a thousand dollars in single dollar bills plastered all over the walls.(Merkle's)
The game itself was worth the wait with Stephen Strasburg on the mound (I have wanted to see this guy pitch for a while as he throws over 100mph) and Bryce Harper (The hot young hitting stud ...
... how big of a deal game day is in this town, especially on a Sunday.
Once again, I met up with my friend Maya, who I had invited to come to the game with me so I wouldn't have to go it alone. Upon approaching and entering the ballpark, it was as if we were experiencing a baseball fan's equivalent to a religious person visiting a holy site such as Mecca. Wrigley is a fantastic old-timey ballpark with a feel of tradition and history and fans who are are really into ...