Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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Dry, and freezing cold. We enjoyed a bracing 2+ hours walking tour of downtown Chicago. Bernie was very knowledgeable about the city and specifically its buildings and architecture. Most of the bank buildings were abandoned and falling into disrepair, so the city offered them to 4 or 5 universities who promptly converted the buildings into classrooms and dormitories, and breathed fresh life into the city. The funky building with the ...
... arm rest and deployed, ready for our complimentary water. It appears designed for a different demographic, with the table at full extension almost out of reach. Maybe this is a design better suited to the more rotund members of the flying community! We have now entered Nebraska after passing over Yankton. One can only speculate on the origin of the town name and whether it's history is linked to a derogatory term for people from the northern states during the civil ...
I'm french and it's my first time in USA
in the first time, I'm here for learning english.
I like Chicago
I arrived in june, the weather was great
I remember the first place that I visited, it was the Bean and Millenium Park, it's a relly nice places
I'm lucky to live in dowtown, so I can get out of day or night and see the incredible skyscrapers
when I had ...
... bad going.
I really liked the hostel in Chicago. It served cereal for breakfast for one thing (something I hadn't had since Seattle, and missed - there's only so many times I can handle bread, jam and fruit pieces for breakfast). For another, the elevated railway (or L as I'm sure you will have heard on ER; I don't recall any mention of it on Due South) goes right past the hostel. You can sit and eat your cereal in the first floor (they call ...
... drunk Americans and Guatemalans. Eventually had to leave them to get ready for a night out. Met up with a couple of girls that we met last night, went to have pizza with them at one of Chicago's famous deep crust pizza restaurants called Giogandi's. Some of the best pizza I've ever had. Back at the hostel, had some drinks with some more girls that were staying there. Met Josh's old intern Steph, who joined. Went out to a couple of crazy dive ...