Extended Stay America - Chicago - Naperville - West
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I've chased solid for 14 days and it's broken me, so I'm off home for some R&R before I go back to work. Chasing is stressful and I probably wasn't on best form this year. I've learnt so much though this year and I've seen and experienced amazing things again. Weather that we just don't get at home.
I'll spend some time for the rest ...
... Chicago. Only I went up in the 94 stories in 40 seconds elevator to the John Hancock 360 Observatory and went on the Tilt - where you stand in a glassed area within the windows, which tilts 30 degrees down to give you a spectacular view of Chicago. Amazing. :) We're in New York... Finally - another long wait for the shuttle bus and a forgotten reservation at our hotel. But it's all sorted out and we're good to go :) M&M ...
... that's just rubbing it in. When we got to Chicago I was really looking forward to a nice hot shower, but when we arrived the woman had messaged to say the room wouldn't be ready till 3 and she had no gas cos she'd just moved in. So no hot water and no cooking ability. Luckily it was a nice day so we headed out feeling and probably smelling, like the great unwashed. Sat in a nice little cafe for a while and went up Willis Tower as the sun was shining, 103 floors up you can see ...
... duty U.S. soldier (all the original members of the Corps were soldiers and employed by the Army) to die west of the Mississippi River. The story of the building of the monument is pretty interesting, and you can read about it here.
The weather was miserable, and I had a lot of driving to do, so Sgt. Floyd only got a few minutes of my time in the morning before it was back in the car to drive across ...
... i think you need to be 80 years old here to qualify. Our particular usher spent the whole game reaching for peanuts out of his fanny pack (Don't be alarmed my English friends it's a bum bag) while keeping his eyes fixed on the game.We have signed Leslie's Dad up for a job here, as i believe this will be his dream position, sudden movements and remembering that you are supposed to be controlling the crowd is not required.