Crossland Economy Studios - Chicago - Waukegan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Mafia assassins, police men, villagers and an angel and the basics of the game include the Mafia secretly meeting to kill off people while the police and villagers have to identify the Mafia before they kill too many people. It's kind of like a murder mystery. It's confusing so we shall see how it progresses over the coming days. We arrived at the hotel fairly early so Christie and I went to do some laundry so we are ready for the national parks. Our dinner this ...
... Wtf? Why don't they just drive it over? Anyways, the estimated 20-30 minute delay turned into an hour, but then we board. The door is closed and we push off, only to drive back to the gate for a mechanical issue that they discovered on the inspection. So they fix it and we push off again, 2 hours after our scheduled 545pm departure. We take off and get settled, but then after being in the air for 1.5 hours, hear ...
... was so busy, and we kinda got lost. Google maps didn't help either. We decided to park the car and set out on foot!
We found the loveliest Cop EVER! So happy to help and friendly. He was happy to pose with Diane too and asked us to send him the photo. He even gave us his number and said to call if we needed anything. How lovely!!!! He gave us directions and we ended up just jumping into a cab which took us to our hotel.
... 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 ...
... in a takeaway box we then had to sprint across town to the Willis (formerly sears) Tower only just making it as they were closing for the night, giving the pizza away to a homeless person on route. The views at night were amazing and we had the place almost to ourselves. The Sky Deck had glass ledges that you could step out onto, allowing you to see the ground directly beneath you - all 1,353 ft away! (The highest observation deck in the ...