Embassy Suites Hotel Chicago - Schaumburg / Woodfield
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... Or rather, corned beef as they bizarrely call it on this side of the pond. The 'Woody Alan' didn't disappoint. A moist mountain of meat nestling in wholesome slices of Rye.All it needed was the addition of bright yellow mustard and the odd pickle, to make it the archetypal American Deli experience. The Bloody Mary was just as salacious, accompanied by an assortment of garnishes, making it practically a meal in itself. I had two.
Chicago is made up of a number of ...
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... trip) and the Zoo (also free) with its awesome aviary.
Another thing we loved about Chicago was the 'street art' including the Bean sculptures, the Police Horses (like the Bath lions/ Berlin bears etc.) and the way that various 'foods' were used to decorate the flower beds.
Back to the food, Mrs Smith recommended us a great farmers market at the Nature Museum (on Saturdays) ...
Tuesday was our last full day in Chicago, sadly. We've all loved out time here and found the city fascinating - lots of interesting buildings and architecture, great museums and attractions, super shopping and a really wide variety of places to eat. As usual, maybe even more so, the American people are so naturally friendly, with nothing too much trouble. We spent the morning at ...
... place! Even in winter they have a skating rink there.
On our way back to the train we passed through the theatre district.
This afternoon we thought we would do as the locals do and make the most of the sunshine by heading to Oak Street Beach... well lake-beachish thing. The clouds had rolled in a little and the sun wasn't really poking through anymore so that ruled out swimming for us. Instead we pulled up a patch of sand and lazed about ...