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 ...
... before retiring at a Motel 6. Normally, we don't stay at Motel 6's but this one looked good and after we checked in were pleasantly surprised as it was a wonderful motel. The room was big, clean and obviously recently redecorated with hardwood floors, two platform beds and stylishly outfitted with "retro" furnishings. All we could say was "wow" when we walked in.
We continued our travels east through a piece of Pennsylvania and into New York.
... but heck, unintentionally we did on this day. Stumbling on the menu base named ‘Eggsperience’ we couldn’t have been happier. Cheap, cheerful and huge is how to best explain this place and is where you should go if one requires a more substantial breakfast. Matt cracked a couple of jokes, questionable, as the waiter served us; have an eggcellent day, being ready for an eggsperience, etc, etc….. He was not amused.
Al’s Beef is a chain ...
... the St Valentines Day Massacre & heard the tales of Al Capone, Elliott Ness & Bugs Moran.
Managed to find our way to the Oriental Theatre & booked tickets to see 'Once'. Our foreign money cards wouldn't work there though so we had to go to the ATM to get actual cash out.
We then just wandered around we went to Macys. I had a throbbing headache & if I'm honest wasn't really feeling it. Think ...
... it was nice to not be rushed.
The flight back was much smoother than the flight going. After a while, the pilot came on and said "In case you hadn't noticed, we are turning around due to a storm in Chicago." We turned around a few times before being given the ok to keep going. The landing was very smooth, despite whatever storm was in the area. And then we sat and sat. Lightening had caused all the gates to ...