Extended Stay America - Chicago - Hanover Park
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... stop called Washington. We followed them through and they showed us the way to the millennium park as they were going to the navy pier. This park was amazing and I took some pics.They were setting up for a music festival. We carried along and decided to visit the art museum. It was excellent. The only problem we had was that when sitting down for a rest in a very large hallway area, Geoff wanted a drink of water I had a bottle in my bag and handed it to him. One of ...
After two seamlessly easy flights, I was curious to see what this historically-charged hot-mess held in store for me... I have to admit—it felt entirely foreign. Simply being unable to read does a number on one's confidence. After reviewing the transit options for the airport to my hostel, the bus seemed easiest. I quickly learned that busses take tickets (not cash) and it is standard to leave luggage ...
... there for a bit and seeing white i came back down the tower, got some souvenirs on the street and then some lunch. I returned to the metro and caught it to the Roosevelt station – the station nearest the hotel. I then walked through grant park and went to the field museum.
I went into the field museum and got a ticket - $25 for the ticket. It was worth it as there was lots of stuff here, from various animals in ecosystems to ...
... hard time finishing this blog. Part of it was the Camino Blues, part of it was I wasn't sure what to write about what I experienced when I was there - especially at the end (how much to include and what not to include), and part of it was I didn't want it to be over. Maybe by not finishing the blog, it wouldn't really be over. I know, it sounds silly.
But I think I figured it out. I (and everyone else) kept calling this ...
... changed into our first class pyjamas and settled in, checking out all of the seat functions and watching TV. Dominica then approached and asked us what time we would like our meal to be served (they make it when you want it rather than give it out at a designated point and each course comes individually rather than trying to eat it all off of one tray). A few hours after we had our meal they offered the 'snack' which was afternoon ...