Ramada Hotel & Suites Glendale Heights
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... 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 ...
... the scale of the buildings, the city feels quite human and less imposing than New York City. The streets are wide and dotted with beautiful gardens. The waterfront areas are a feature also and some massive parks help to break up the city.
The girls enjoyed the view from the John Hancock building which was narrowly more interesting than the large pancakes they ate for breakfast.
... but short enough to not bring myself to that point.
CHICAGO I have a arrived! It was much warmer than LA, and while I waited for my once again "Lyft" ride to my hotel, through my listlessness I tried so hard to absorb the fact I was finally in Chicago.
I arrived at my plush hotel where the check in was seamless and the elevator shot me straight to level 16 where I walked into my air conditioned ...
Last updates: I got to the airport, I passed the security, got a massage, had lunch, and went to my gate to wait to my flight, all happy and excited. Until I hear the announcement: "This aircraft is broken. We will give you further updates at 5". It is now 4:50pm... ...
... from the airport was absolutely atrocious, I made the wild assumption that as we were travelling from Chicago Midway and not Chicago O'Hare then the taxi journey might be easier. Unfortunately when I got in and asked the driver what the traffic was like he kindly explained that there were extensive roadworks going on nearby which is impacting the traffic in the direction that we needed to go. Therefore a journey that should normally take between 30-45 minutes ...