Fairfield Inn & Suites Chicago Tinley Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... hall of the apartment. Maggie, having completed her laundry, had gone out for a walk - I threw a load of my own bits and pieces, plus some tea towels and table napkins, into the washing machine while Max and I had morning tea. Sarah came home, followed shortly afterwards by Maggie; we all had lunch and then we three girls went for another walk to Paper Source. Paper Source is a stationery shop that I always like to visit when I am in Chicago. It ...
... down for an afternoon of serious television watching - races 7, 8, 9 and 10 of the America's Cup (two of which Max recorded yesterday because we were out) and three episodes of the television drama 'Breaking Bad', now getting very exciting as the final series draws to a close. Rainy days are a good opportunity to be a couch potato. In the meantime, Sarah was cooking up a storm preparing a curry dinner; perfect timing given the ...
... to do before we took the train out to US Cellular field to watch the Chicago White Sox. We smashed some Nachos out of a baseball cap and seen a great game with 7 home runs and the home side getting up. A really cool field and atmosphere. The night ended with some incredible fireworks
I really really wanted to see the United Centre and ...
... that was a bit of a fright. Definitely an interesting experience. We burst out of the aquarium, giving the Aquatic Show a miss. I don't feel right about aquatic shows, performing dolphins just doesn't seem right to me. We escaped instead across to Navy Pier by water taxi. That was a lovely ride giving a different view of the city. And when we reached Navy Pier, boy did we hit the crowds. I read that 8 million people visit the pier every year. It felt like they were ...
... medicine was correct. We had tickets to see a group of 6 comedian/actors perform an improv show. It is probably best described as a series of skits that interlink and run along a common theme. It was absolutely hilarious and very clever! There were sections that they had written/scripted and sections that were pure improvisation. The performers were so quick off the mark. I would have loved to see another performance (the complex normally has about three different ...