Extended Stay America Chicago Skokie
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TravelPod Member ReviewsExtended Stay America Chicago Skokie Glenview
Hotel room is very good and it is worth for the pay. But breakfast is not good just two types of muffins with granola bars.
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... outside and it was a fight to keep everything on the table. We went into a cafe for a drink before venturing back to the train. By the time we got back to the train it was 6.30 I wondered if it would be busy and yes it was. Standing room only. We were tired and a young man gave me his seat. Geoff had to stand for a while. The journey took nearly an hour. Again the shuttle was waiting and we were the only new getting in ...
... more of Millenium Park, found a nice restaurant with sheltered outside seating for dinner, and then took the bus back home. But before going home we walked to 'Annabel's' Ice Cream shop, which we had noticed when walking from the station previously. About 8:30 in the evening and there was a long queue for the ice creams, taking around 20 minutes to get through. Worth the wait, great home made ice creams, Buttery Pecan for me and Salty Toffee for ...
... beers, pastas, fresh fruits and vegetables, pasta sauces, cook books, cooking utensils... the list goes on. We will certainly be heading back there during the week in the hope it is slightly less busy and we can have a good look around. We're back in S&M's apartment, the sun has dipped below the horizon for yet another day and a roast for dinner is cooking away in the oven. It must be time for a pre-dinner glass of ...
... walked back into the city. It was slightly
rainy and it was very cold as we were walking around. We walked to the nearest metro station and caught it around the loop, taking the wrong line at one point.
We eventually got to our destination, got off and walked around to the Willis tower. We got tickets and went up the tower, but alas it was very cloudy, occasionally the clouds would part and you could see a few hundred meters. ...
... They seemed so cut off from it all - not only from other pilgrims, but from themselves. A lot of folks say they play music to escape. I (surprising to me, too) found it liberating to spend time quality time without anything. Just me and my thoughts. Scary, right? In the end, I came to know (and love) myself in a way I didn't before this trip.
That was my way.
Some final thoughts:
As many of you know, I ...