Days Inn Schaumburg / Elk Grove Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... toll for 2014 which sat at 898 with a couple of days left in the year. Based on our calculations that is a road fatality ratio of 1:14,000 head of population, compared with 1:23,000 for Victoria. Seat belts are apparently "optional", as are motor bike helmets and talking / texting on your mobile phone is commonplace - using indicators to change lanes also appears to be very optional. It wasn't too long before we were clear of the city and suburbs ...
... Theatre near the alley where Dillinger met his death.
The Gold Coast and Old Town neighborhoods seemed really neat, and I would've loved to have had more time to explore them on foot, we never did have time for that on this trip, so it'll be someplace for me to check out next time, along with other neighborhoods, because once you wander from the downtown, you'll wonder if you're still in Chicago or maybe San Francisco (Gold Coast reminded me ...
... explore the Loop again.
First stop is the John Hancock Building (now called 360 Chicago), but I am a little side tracked once we get to the area. There is a Hershey store in the corner of the square and I drag Hinesh in. We are greeted by a nice stores lady and given free Hersheys to try. We happily take the chocolate and explore the store inside. I am excited by the Hershey equivalent of ice magic (pour on to your ice cream and hardens in seconds) and Hinesh is looking ...
... most amazing street garden beds and parks you will ever see.
When we got back to our room with our groceries for dinner we had some time to kill and we weren't overly keen to go out again so we decided it would be a good idea to expand on some of our knowledge we had gained when we went up the Willis Tower the day before. We had learned small facts about the city skyline and the odd variations of architecture used on the buildings - this is ...
... is where it gets good)
So we get to the airport, right? We walk in, find where I'm supposed to get my boarding pass, and then weigh my bag. 11 LBS OVERWEIGHT. So guess what I got to do? I got to open my suitcase in the middle of the airport, and take 11 lbs of necessary items out of my suitcase. (See Picture Attached). Thankfully they had a plastic bag that we could load it all into, and then Dave went all Santa Claus and got the job of carrying ...