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 ...
... to pick up our Go Card Pass and then a quick brunch rounded off our short morning. Oh, but the rain. It poured most of the morning - not so summery after all. Back to the room to quickly get changed and then off to the baseball we went. With the San Francisco Giants being Mike's favourite team in the MLB, we manage to catch a great game v the Chicago White Sox at Cellular Field. They lost, but it didn't rain which was ...
... in that scene goes from sunshine and blue sky to heavy rain only to end in snow flurries. So far I can only agree. I never know what to wear and even now in the rain I am too hot in my jacket but in the cold morning breeze I was glad I had it with me.
My dinner today consists of the signature Chicago ‘deep-dish’ pizza, invented by some immigrated Italian back in the days. This pizza is different from the original ...
... in a fight for ultimate power, Victor Frankenstein's development Adam (Aaron Eckhart) locates himself apprehendeded in the center as both sides race to discover the secret to his eternal life. From the developers of the hit superordinary saga, UNDERWORLD, comes the action mystery I, FRANKENSTEIN, created for the display and directed by Stuart Beattie based upon the visuals novel ...
And we're off! We picked up the car, a red Chrysler number, which will be ours for the next 3 weeks as we travel the historic Route 66 across the USA. Route 66 is no longer a recognised highway, so we have to follow roads which have been built over the old road. This was our first bump to overcome as downtown Chicago is not very well signposted! Luckily there are signs all along the ...