Extended Stay America - Chicago - Vernon Hills - Lake Forest
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... so the city is happy. We had stir fry at a nearby asian eatery called Tamarind - very nice. The waitress said the wage for wait staff is $4.35 per hour. I gave her 2 tips : $6, and "move to Australia". I love the L - elevated railway. Can't stop thinking of the Blues Brothers driving under it. " pursuit on lower wacker drive, unnecessary violence in the apprehension of the blues brothers has been ...
... One doctor, it was claimed, completed a below-hip leg amputation in 35 seconds. Apparently in his haste he also removed the patient's left testicle! From the museum, we walked south through a very well-to-do area where classic Chicago mansions were commonplace, many with heritage listings protecting them from the high-rise developers' aspirations to replace them with apartments. A stop at the Pump House restaurant was in order, as it had been quite ...
... told us that she would close at 11:00 so it was a good time to go. We had to go up 12 cars or more and each passage between cars was shaking and rocking and jerking crazily. When we got to the right car, tiny , dark and empty, except for one poor French speaker pleading with the woman behind the counter, we were told they were closed. It seemed that we were now on eastern time 11:20, instead of central Chicago time 10:20. ...
... only do you have to add on the standard after sales tax of 9.25%, but another 20% as a tip (so that took breakfast to $24, but close enough).
After breakfast (and because it was still really early in the morning), we decided to go for a walk. We started walking up to the Navy Pier, however took an extra turn and ended up finding a beach! Small in size but filled with people, it was a nice spot nonetheless. Lots of people ...
... poor and overpriced, had an overall score of 6.3. Drove up Route 66 through lush green plains of Illinois. Followed a huge freight train for miles. Checked into our hostel a modern place centrally located. Went out for dinner at a diner called Northside where a very flirtatious waitress served us. Caught an Uber taxi over to Green Mill a jazz bar- infamous gangster: Al Capone's favourite speak ...