Doubletree Guest Suites & Conference Center Chicago / Downers Grove
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- Conference facilities
- Adult pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... time. It was cold outside. I stopped at Chase to get some cash and we walked down Michigan Ave. We stopped at Dylan's Candy Store and bought some candy.
We walked back to the hotel and checked out. Nathan slept the whole way home. We made a quick stop at Speedway and Wendy's on the way home. Otherwise, it was an easy ride home. We arrived home around 7:30pm.
... off now, the soccer stadium, planetarium, history museum and lots more. It was probably the funniest activity we've done so far, it was just so different. We enjoyed wizzing around and stopping and starting the segway so it jolted you.
After we went up the Willis tower (formerly the Sears Tower) which is the tallest sky scraper in Chicago. It is 108 floors high and was once the tallest building in the world from 1973-1998. They have a ...
... stores. Macy's is currently leading the pack. Both Lilly and I have bought a small army's worth of jeans and now need to the ensure that we stay in shape long enough to keep wearing them once we get home. Ok, back to the game. We took the subway to the stadium which was impressive. Spoiler alert: The huge sea of blue and orange Bear supporters weren't enough to get their team over ...
... we decided on a change of plan when we realised that the Chicago Cubs were at home on Sunday afternoon, so took the train up to Wrigley Park, purchased some tickets from the box office and watched the Cubs narrowly beat Baltimore 2-1. Very warm and sunny, so much better than Saturday. We then took the train (packed, Lucy said like Barcelona) back towards downtown and jumped off to have a look at Lake ...
... reminder that America is a land of contrasts, and tends to have greater disparities between rich and poor than most other western nations.
After 3 nights in Chicago, it was time to move on to our next destination of Bethlehem, New Hampshire, where we hoped to experience a 'White Christmas'. This involved a flight to Boston and then a 2.5 hour drive in a rental car from Logan Airport.
To get out to ...