Extended Stay America - Chicago - Itasca
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... trip other than using it as an airport or train hub.
Brugge, Belgium - I saw the movie In Bruges several years ago and have wanted to visit ever since. I did not know what would be there other than impressive architecture that I saw in the movie. There were lots of possibilities for day trips and I knew there would be chocolate. I was impressed from the moment I walked onto the square. The buildings were ...
... I hope my bags got on ok. Do they get a meal too? I waved goodbye to my bags, the guy probably thought something of me. I hope I sleep for the duration of this plane ride so that the thoughts of the show Lost will not inhabit my mind. I can't wait for my eyes to see new sites and my nose (big ol' who nose, according to my boyfriend Adrian) to smell new smells. I do have allergies right now so I'll probably be sneezing up a storm. For ...
... me a pat on the back, flashed me a huge smile, and told me that I would be okay. There was a layover for the flight, so I got some extra time to people watch, Human beings sure are interesting! haha. Once I was on the plane, I took a nice snooze and got ready to head to my next ...
... we got the bus to the Willis tower (used to be Sears Tower) This is the tallest towers in Chicago and at one point, tallest in the world. It has the most amazing view of the city! We could see the city on one side and the residential areas on the other with a beautiful river running through it. Chicago is an amazing city we both loved it! Tonight we had dinner reservations at Michael Jordan's steak house. It was really fancy (and pretty expensive) ...
... park to visit the Bean sculpture and for Ellie and Alex to do some ice skating whilst Robyn and myself retired to the warmth of the cafe to have a hot apple cider, Robyn having a shot of whisky to warm the cockles. As we set off for the Sky Deck it started to snow and by the time we got there visibility was down to half a mile, we decided to save our money for the new years day and try again, the snow came down heavier and the wind picked up making the ...