Radisson Hotel Chicago O'Hare
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... wondering around the city seeing some tourist sites before meeting Sarah after she'd finished work for Coronas at 'Ed Debevics' diner to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. We're not sure what the celebration on 5 May is for, but we celebrated it. The diner is a bit of a tourist trap we are told, but we loved it: the staff are intentionally rude and they dance on the bar for your entertainment. Not in a weird ...
... an amazing room - we are on the 34th floor which is about fifth from the top, and there are only four rooms on our floor.
We started our exploration of the city by heading down to the waterfront, and found a good riverside cafe. The food was cheap, but sparse - my hot dog barely touched the sides (of my stomach). We then headed to Navy Pier which our hotel receptionist seemed to speak highly of. I'm not sure why - it was basically a long, long pier, littered with ...
... windy city but that's not why it got the nickname. It was due to it being such a corrupt city of politicians etc! Really enjoyed the tour. In the afternoon some of us made it up Sears (now Willis) tower to the skydeck which has fab views over 4 states! I wasn't brave enough to do what Billy Connelly did but glad to have seen the city from so high up. Moving on to St Louis tomorrow with various stop ...
Friday, July 5.
This morning Cindy and Dyllan picked us up at our hotel to drive into Chicago. First we drove around the Lake Shore Drive area, Soldiers Field (home of the Bears), then to find a parking spot to visit the monuments and fountains and of course lunch. first stop was the "Bean". A giant, highly polished steel bean. As you walk around you see the reflection of the city there. VERY cool. Now off to see some of the magnificent ...
... States. It took me two days to find a job for the next three months and three days to find an apartment. This is pretty damn good compared to the several weeks for both that seem to be the norm amongst the Irish students.
The Black Duck on North Halsted in Lincoln Park is to be my workplace for the summer and I already feel like I couldn't have found a better place. The vicious cycle of no experience and no one willing to train you appears ...