Extended Stay America - Chicago - Skokie
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Late start today bib not leave the hotel till about 11.30. Went walking around Chicago. Found Macy's went shopping in there for awhile bought nothing robyn got a top. Went to the cheesecake sop for lunch, then got a cab to walmart supermarket but the driver said it was to far so he just dropped us at walmart which turn out to be a food store. Ended up doing some shopping in target bought some nibbles and dinner. Pouring rain so back in a fab and home ...
... purchases, we started down Michigan Avenue in the opposite direction, with the goal of reaching the next closest Disney store. We decided soon after we set off that Michigan Avenue is definitely more upmarket than we first thought; similar to Orchard Road in Singapore. This did however mean that we saved some money on shopping since we couldn't really afford too much anyway :). We found the Disney store (totally worth it), and a ...
... chance at a walk off winner but it wasn't to be ... Home Team Record: 11-6 ... Next Stop: Milwaukee tomorrow
Distance Traveled: 10,096 miles
Stadiums Visited: 17
Sight of the Day: Fog obscuring much of Downtown as I looked past the ivy and rooftop seats that symbolize Wrigley
Quote of the Day: "What about me?!" - Jason and Sarah's daughter when they were discussing who to give the bat instead of me
Last day of school…and only one day until vacation!
Our bags are packed and we are ready to go! We started planning this trip 12 years ago when we were in Greece, with the plan to come back with our future children to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. Considering we weren't even engaged at the time, it was an ambitious plan. Luckily, it all worked out and here we are married nearly 10 years (we will celebrate ...
... of the stadium and the history of the team that plays there, $20 is a fair price, especially when you have travelled from the other side of the world. Our tour guides are Genuine Chicago-ians (???) and of course they are MASSIVE Bears fans!! They lead the group out onto the field and nothing beats the view from down there, here I am standing on Soldier Field looking up at the seats imagining what it would be like on game day. The way the stadium is configured, it seats about ...