Days Inn Schaumburg / Elk Grove Village
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... other buildings have special plastic bags available for people to put their wet brollies in so they don't drip all oer the floor, good thinking. Revictuled we commenced walking tour number two. This tour, around the Loop takes in much of the significant architecture of downtown Chicago, including along the waterfront. Highlights, and must sees included: Chicago cultural centre. Looks fairly ordinary for the outside but oh boy. Step inside to see ...
An uneventful flight from London - just the way we like them. We used the new immigration machines to check ourselves through which was quick and effective. The baggage claim less so but eventually everything arrived and we shot through customs. Off to lunch or whatever meal one has at three in the afternoon (linner? dunch?) as we knew no one would be awake for supper. Carlucci's in Downer's Grove near the airport was fantastic a usual. Eggplant Parm and walnut ...
... to lend more of my time and energy to charitable causes. Never in a million years did I think this would include a mission trip to a third world.
In preparation for this journey, I have naturally done what anyone would do – Google Haiti. As much as I have read and looked at pictures surrounding the devastation and unimaginable living conditions, I have also read ...
... planned the rest of our sights for the day.
The afternoon, we started out in European Modern Art, which of course, had all sorts of Picasso and Dali pieces. This was one of my favorite galleries and I really enjoyed the Dali work. I don't think I had seen much of either and there were quite a lot of both. We headed to the American Modern Art gallery after that, to see American Gothic, of course and the O'Keefe collection. Most of the O'Keefe work was from ...
... currently have a brilliantly beautiful, but simple, leather bound black journal with graph paper I picked up at Paperchase at King's Cross/St. Pancras in London.
Universal Adaptor and chargers for all the devices: I don't think any explanation is required here, but do not travel to a foreign country without an adaptor.
TSA approved 3 oz (100mL) bottles (that fit in one plastic bag): contact solution, Peter ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking