Doubletree Hotel Chicago Oak Brook
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Hello again all, still just outside Chicago in Oak Brook Illinois;
We took the weekend off from the blog and had a great couple of days with our kids and grandkids.
On Saturday we went to my older daughter Heather's house for relaxing day of just hanging out topped off with an old fashioned BBQ of some mighty tasty Brats that …
Hello all from Oak Brook, IL, about 20 miles or so west of downtown Chicago.
Sorry about no blog yesterday, we had just a touch of drama on the road from Minnesota to Illinois; we got hit by a flying rock.
After nearly 5,000 miles of driving we had our first mishap on the road. Wouldn't you know it would happen at the doorstep of …
... room each morning. We headed down soon after 8:30am, but the place was tiny, and so packed, that we decided it was better to grab something on the go. We both took some fruit and headed out into to fresh, and a bit chilly, morning air. It had definitely been warmer the night before! We booked bus tickets and found the most value for money I've seen with any of these tours, and I've taken a few this year, in Victoria, Boston, Vancouver, Toronto and Niagara Falls. We received a ...
... front desk. After I wandered back through other areas of the park, and decided I needed sunscreen on if I was going to be out all day. So back to the hostel via the shoe store so I could pick up some new runners and some sun screen. Out I set again. This time in my new runner, with some sunscreen on for walking tour number 2. This one started at the Cultural Centre. But on my way there I stopped in at the Chicago Library. This is a ...
... and got a taxi to take me to S. Wabash Avenue as I wanted to pick up a new camera bag. After getting my new bag I headed off to Millennium Park.
Millenium Park, as the name suggests, was designed to celebrate the Millennium in 2000. Unfortunately it went massively over budget and was massively delayed that, I think, it wasn't finished until 2004. The Park is on Michigan Avenue (aka the Magnificent Mile) and has lots of famous architecture and exhibits ...