Courtyard Chicago Midway Airport
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... of traveling to an exotic place like Poland one would question why we would go through this stress. At any rate, I don't have any idea what to expect from Poland. All I know is that we are going to start our trip in Poznan. First we land in Warsaw and have 50 minutes to catch our connecting flight to Poznan. The desk lady at Lot assured us we will have plenty of time to catch ...
... been fine if the doll was perhaps $30, maybe a bit more including accessories and the like. However Jess and I discovered that for a basic doll, JUST the doll, these little girl's parents are paying a starting price of $110USD. Yes you read that right. Those dolls are worth more than the clothes I was wearing at the time. Yet every third girl between the ages of probably 5 and 10 had one of these dolls. Whatever their marketing campaign is, ...
Not to much to report here other than we had to drive down to O'Hare to catch our 10:15pm flight. It really is a hassle to go down to O'Hare (my least favorite airport in the world) to get a good price on international travel. Tried to avoid in every possible way of leaving car down there but ended up based on Tripadvisor recommendations using the inside parking garage of O'hare Blue Sky Parking. Don't know why ...
... famous Chicago Fire. If you visit the city this is a must. Having visited New York a few years ago I was overwhelmed by some of the fantastic buildings, Chicago take s this to an altogether different level.
In the afternoon we did some shopping on the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue). The Water Tower Centre is very impressive, it's right beside the John Hancock Building, a shopping mall on eight floors (including Macys).
Time for ...
... in the skyline we waited in line to go out on the skydeck. For those of you who heard about it cracking a couple of weeks ago this was just the protective coating ontop of the glass, it didn't have any effect on the structure of the ledge. It was still safe! :)
It was pretty cool having the city below our feet and being able to look right down on it.
Once we made the 60 second trip back down to the ground floor we made our way to the ...