Fairfield Inn Chicago Midway Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... pool and drinking the cheapest beer in the joint, before heading back to the house. Once home, an impromptu game of Texas Hold ‘Em ensued, which finished at about 3am, with Nay victorious!
Saturday morning disappeared whilst we were still in bed. It was due to be our major sightseeing day but when checking, realised our bus left at 8pm on Sunday, not 8am, which gave us an extra day to see the city. Choosing to chill out for the day, we headed to the ...
The weather prediction today called for rain, so we decided that an inside activity would be good. We settled on The Art Institute Of Chicago for our outing.
We took the Green line into the city and got off at the Adams/Wabash station which is just across
Michigan from the AIC.
Once we got our tickets and were inside, we headed ...
... neighbourhoods. I didn't visit the infamous south side. I'de probably get shot. But the one around Eleven City Diner has a relaxed, low-rise, hipster feel. There's more independent shops, including a number of record shops selling second hand and new vinyl and judging by the flags it's definitely gay friendly. I popped in to Gramaphone Records and was totally blown away by the selection in there. I was kinda hoping this would be the case given Chicago's dance music ...
... types per day, and are open from 8:00am until the doughnuts have all gone. When I arrived this morning, the queue was only 3 deep and we could all fit inside the shop; Sarah walks past on her way to work each morning and told me that it is not uncommon for the queue to be stretched around the corner into the next street. I bought four doughnut holes (2 for $1, today's flavour was chocolate milk) and one jelly/jam doughnut ($3, flavour of the ...
... umbrella and walked the short distance eastwards down Kinzie Street to Siena Tavern where we were to meet Max and Sarah for lunch. Siena Tavern only opened this year, and is owned and run by a former 'Top Chef' winner - this is a television reality show similar to our Masterchef but starring professional cooks. The food was great, as you would expect from a 'gastropub' (a term that has unfortunate connotations, making me think ...