Extended Stay America - Chicago - Westmont - Oak Brook
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... exhibition. Lastly we strolled back up Michigan to the hotel past more intriguing examples of public art. We've seen two statues playing frisbee near the doctors that were so realistic I mistakenly assumed they were those mime blokes who stand really still. Steve and Rachel raved about a vast jelly bean we never managed to get to and today Bev sat in a small park full of strange sad and isolated statues. There's also a great statue of ...
... movie, exists in a little town in Texas called Shamrock on
old Route 66. The movie I’m referring to is Cars! The shop in Radiator Springs
in the movie was designed to look like old Tower Conoco gas station and U-Drop
Inn Cafe that resides in Shamrock. Today it is nicely maintained because it’s
the town’s Chamber of Commerce and museum. Outside they have the old gas pumps that
read 25 cents per gallon, and inside they have a gift shop ...
... Palace of Versailles. It's visually very impressive and in the muggy heat, a dip in there look a very tempting option but I'm not sure it's permitted.
We slowly wandered along the Chicago waterfront in the direction of Navy Pier to do the speedboat tour of Lake Michigan, one of our wedding gifts kindly donated by Sam and Mark. We were warned as we slowly set off that there was the possibility we would get wet....and that proved to be the ...
... thing you can do to give yourself a 90 minute rest before gathering bags and catching the train to the airport.
The flight from Chicago to LAX gets in 15 minutes early but even so the poor ground transport between terminals and lack of signage for LAN departure means the check in has closed when we get to the desk.
Is this about to be 2014 holiday disaster number 4?
Without guaranteeing our bags will be on the plane with us, ...
... foody type places, but do not under estimate their power! A roast beef baguette for lunch is awesome anyway, but when it’s double dipped like Susie’s was, that’s just insane. Double dipped being as it sounds, dipped back in all the juices, so to be soggy, ummmm.
Now the drinking. As well as a couple of nice cocktails atop the Jackson Tower, we headed out for a few drinks in Wicker Park. In the ‘Saloon Bar’ we managed to get talking ...