Extended StayAmerica Chicago/Itasca
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... who seem the model for Shopper's - they sell everything - including cinnamon Altoids
on sale for only .99 (if I had a Walgreen card 2.49 without) .... back to the hotel for a crummy lunch although outside - get out of there as quickly as possible and cross the street to the 'Marion St Cheese Market' - cafe (should have eaten here) and cheese market for a great cup of Americano - meet my taxi promptly at 1:30 and off to O'Hare.....back to Ottawa -- a lovely evening!-- a bientot!
... stood empty, it was a shock. I am sure that we saw the worst side but it was a shock as I hadn't realised that Chicago was struggling.
Thank Goodness for the clocks changing time zone or we would have missed the California Zepher and our ride to the other side of the country. We arrived via taxi after dropping the hire car at the airport. Union Station was slushy chaos everyone was trying to drop off at ...
... you catch up with the sledge in front of you and the dogs can get entangled. You have to hold on to that handlebar very tightly because the dogs just want to go go go go!,and you will be left behind.The sledge has a place for a passenger ,al covered with a blanket,it is very cold! Lots of fun as we went about 4 miles up the hill and 4 miles down.Back at the base camp we had some cookies and hot cider coming in something like a teabag ,very pleasant.
... guests can eat together. There was only one couple staying at the inn besides me so it was a quiet breakfast. The first course was the fruit course and it consisted of a honey baked or poached (I can't remember) plum topped with mascarpone cheese and pistachios. The second course was a bourbon-caramel croissant bread pudding with bacon. Now fancy breakfast is not my thing and I don't really like bread pudding, but this ...
... staff told Dave that he should also complain and ask to be compensated. I told Dave that we want a free upgrade to business class for our connecting flight from Detroit to Chicago. He is considering it as it is a tadge cramped in the cattle class with the goats and chickens.
We all got through Detroit customs and passport control with no dramas and spent about 2 hours mouching about the Airport concourse. The connection flight should have started boarding ...