Doubletree Hotel Chicago O'Hare Airport - Rosemont
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... just as the sun was rising. Qantas were great. There was no shortage of food and we didn't get a wink of sleep with all the great movies and TV shows on the entertainment system. The three hour layover in LA was plenty of time to get through immigration and customs before walking to Terminal 7 for our United Airlines flight to Chicago. It was only a 3 hr 40 minute flight and we arrived in the Windy City. And windy it was! It was a rough landing but we ...
... so piping hot we had to wait longer than we actually had to eat it! I had to say a quick goodbye to Jill once we went outside to wait for the next loop tour bus, because it wasn't going to get there in time to catch it back to the stop nearest our hotel. I knew hopping in a taxi was the only way I was getting back in time. Jill planned to spend more time using the bus loop to explore further, until she had to get her shuttle later in the afternoon. It was hard to fathom that ...
... town. Eventually we find parking, and go to the bar. It was really good catching up with them – having not seen them for so long! We could have stayed there chatting the whole night, but they had to get up early, and we were tired from a long a day's driving, so we said our good-byes at about 1am – still a good catch-up!
Arriving back at the motel, I have damp clothes to contend with, and a drier that doesn’t work. Luckily the guy ...
... the lake it is surprisingly choppy and we soon abandon our bow viewpoint having got soaked, for a drier one in the Bar. Leaving the boat we find a restuarant for lunch and then return to the hotel. Out again in the evening, for a snack and drink. Walk home through the Millenium Park. Two huge fountains full of people cooling off and basically chilling. Then on to the Bean, could it be more spectuclar in the dusk. Oh yes! Back to hotel and ...
... is almost gone now. Walk back to the theatre for the 2pm matinee like the old women we are. The seats are so high up its kinda scary but good enough view for $55. The show is pretty funny. Expected a bit more laughs but it was still entertaining. I hear your mum is going out with squeak. They definitely used black dildos to pretend **** on stage which was hilarious. Jump in a cab to meet Brian, Sue and Ian for dinner at Mexican. Brian is so lovely organizing it all ...