Courtyard Chicago Waukegan/Gurnee
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... km/hour in a maximum 80 km/hour zone. The officer kindly reduced our speed to 96 km/hour, when he wrote out a speeding ticket. If we didn't pay it, he added, no effort would be made to collect the money, but if we returned to the Ontario province within the next five years, the car would be taken away! We thanked him profusely for the information and went on.
That night we stopped short of Toronto in ...
... their lunch breaks. Some took the time to jog in large annoying groups that hogged sidewalks. (SideWALKS, not sideJOGS.) The stars seemed aligned to fulfill my long dream of seeing the Iowa Cubs play. They started early, tickets were $7 and 2 for 1 with a Subway receipt, parking is readily available on nearby streets, and they were playing the Nola Zephyrs who were pitching former All-Star Brad Penny. But Jessica REALLY didn't want to go and the kids would hate it. So I took one for ...
... a Chicago spice store and Aunt Linda and I ventured over after lunch. Hello new chai tea spice! Our afternoon was spent in the lap of luxury. Shopping among stores that I can only dream to afford something in was on the schedule. Barney's, Tiffany's, Bloomingdale's and more! Don't worry. My wallet stayed in tact (aside from the Starbucks stop). We then took the bus to Navy Pier and strolled to ...
... Park and Millennium Park, with a long stop to gawp at the Chicago jelly bean (Cloud Gate). I'm normally dubious about some modern art, but there is something enthralling about this 110 tonne of smooth polished metal that reflects and warps the Chicago skyline.
More walking followed as we went to Navy Pier. This was a little tacky and overly touristy, but enabled us to go on a ferris wheel which offered good views of the city's skyline from the sea...I mean ...
Up early at 6am to shower before everyone else !! Then walk up to Wrigley Field and a fantastic Cubs fan store -such great merch but just got stickers. On return bought trader Joe stuff as gifts - nice canvas bags n dirt cheap ! Back to hostel for a wash and then to meet Sue Sebesta and her boyfriend for lunch. Rather ...