Embassy Suites North Shore / Deerfield
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The building is very ornate - quite something to see. From there we went and visited the home where Abraham Lincoln was brought up. At St Louis we took a ride on a boat on the Mississippi River and also took the ride up the Arch (which is a dominant feature in the St Louis skyline). We arrived in Tulsa quite late in the day after leaving St Louis so ended up learning how to 'speed shop'! Tulsa to Amarillo was another reasonably ...
... hot chocolate ordered. Brunch was a filling affair and popular with the locals, although it was noted that they drew a different crowd to the one that kept Eataly busy. Possibly a more down-to-earth crowd frequented Brunch, with its traditional fare. A walk was in order to settle the meal consumed; so Yvonne, Wendy and Chris headed off to the top end of Michigan Avenue to check out the shops while Sarah & Max hurried back to their apartment to "work from home". ...
... a sardine feels! At the gate, as I'm about to board the American Airlines flight attendant asks for my passport, ticket and visa. As you can imagine I have researched immigration, visas etc to for Bali and Shanghai. Upon arriving in Bali you pay $35 and they let you into their lovely little slice of paradise for 30 days, pretty simple. Shanghai, you can chill in the airport or if your feeling adventures and have a layover long ...
... are projected onto a wall individually and every five mins or so water pours out of their lips and the children can run around and get splashed and cool down , I don't really get how it's arty but guess that's the point ? Then we saw the bean, essentially a big metal bean like in the movies... Great for selfie taking to be honest. Then took more appropriate photos with a statue of a bull and went to the Chicago cultural centre, to be cultural and stuff you know, the building was ...
... on this dinner. This is not my first fine dining experience of one of the world's top restaurants, so I was worried that you can have too much of a good thing.
Maybe as far as molecular gastronomy is concerned you can only lose your virginity once. But that doesn't mean you can never enjoy the experience again, should it? But by the time it was obvious the courses had moved into the area of dessert I was rather annoyed. I wanted ...