Extended Stay America - Chicago - Schaumburg - Convention Center
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... they were hitting the streets of Chicago and back to the apartment block to pick up the others. With Max navigating via his iPhone, after a few twists and turns we were pulling up at Costco and off into a vast warehouse-sized building exploring what was on offer. Some products are common no matter where you are in the world and others are very relevant to the local region - e.g. electric snow blowers and snow shoes. Apart from that (and ...
... with horses, rather than use a tractor. The children's dolls are not allowed to have faces, a bit unsettling at first. These and other handcrafts are available in the gift shop. The clothes are very modest, they do not contain zippers, some young women's dresses are only allowed straight pins, although other dresses have buttons. The males pants, both everyday/work or church are buttoned and some of the men's have suspenders to hold them up. The young boys wear straw hats, ...
... i wszystkie bardzo wysokie wieżowce bardzo nas zachwyciły i sprawiły, że Chicago to teraz jedno z naszych ulubionych miast w Stanach.
Chcieliśmy bardzo podziękować Kate, Alexowi i całej rodzinie za gościnność, hojność i wspaniałe jedzenie.
Opuściliśmy Chicago 3-ego września aby polecieć do naszego następnego celu - Los Angeles w ...
... 3.07 I spent was to buy a pack of Ding Dongs and a pack of Twinkies - I figured my first American purchase should be something truly American, and what's better than American 'candy.'
Anyway. After once again failing at attempting to turn on the TV, we decided it was time to hit the hay and get our body clocks into gear, so that's where I leave it tonight. Peace out from Chicago ...
... It's nice having good public transport here. Once off the train I wandered down to millennium park! Felt a lot safer in the park surrounded by lots of people and tourists. Walking down there was interesting... Unfortunately now that I'm in a big city again I have to see all the homeless people on the streets which is just sad. There was one aggressive guy on the corner of a street who started yelling at people saying "Guess none of you can spare ...