DoubleTree by Hilton Libertyville - Mundelein
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... life: medications, ear plugs, CPAP machines. Also, we knew we wouldn’t be able to shop for things we forgot, so there was the pressure of checking and double-checking three different packing lists. Finally, we knew that we’d most likely be living out of the suitcase, so we worried about how the suitcase was packed for accessibility.
We passed the first two criteria. We had packed everything we needed. We failed totally ...
... so we caught the CTA train. The train took a bit over an hour so by the time we made it to our accomodation it was after 1pm. DeWitt Place (our accommodation) is in a really good spot - just north of 'The Loop' between Michigan Ave and Lake Michigan.
Our room wasn't ready when we arrived so we went to get some lunch and have a look around the area. We walked to the Water Tower which is a 7 storey mall around the corner from the hotel. We found ...
... tried the number again...
Our film tour was definitely not going ahead, but he said there was space an the afternoon tour if we could do that. Julie and Sandy were booked on a gangsters tour in the afternoon so could not make it. However, when we said only two of the four could make it for the afternoon tour, he said he couldn't do the afternoon tour either!!! Chuffs sake! No film tour for us then. Totally gutted, as the film ...
... It brought back fond memories. My first car was a 1967 Camero Rally Sport – so much fun to drive. Other vintage cars: a beautiful metallic-rust colored 1957 T-bird and a dark navy Firebird with T-tops. Oh, and not-so-classic was the navy sports car with a "Moshpit" license plate. To top if off, we passed CountryClassicCars.com with dozens of amazing vintage cars lined up by the
... get down to the actual stadium. Wrigley Field was built in 1914 as the home of the Federal League Chicago Whales, and it's been the home of the Cubs since 1916. It also housed the Chicago Bears from 1921 to 1970.
Wrigley definitely needs a facelift. It feels very much like a 100+ year-old ballpark that has gone through an expansion or two. There is something to be said for a modern ballpark. The seats were in ...