Hampton Inn Chicago / Tinley Park
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... Lincoln Hotel for a roof top drink. A wonderful view of the city and Lake Michigan. Too cold to stay outside so retire inside. David arrives as scheduled and we move downstairs to Perennial Virant 1800 N Lincoln which was fabulous. A restaurant where staff are knowledgable and understand food . All local products with an emphasis on seasonal flavours and things preserved and pickled. David is a local and knows which is a treat! We are first timers so there are many ...
Up at 5 am to see the city wake up Well.... Who can sleep when you have so much to do and places to see.? Wow. We found a real gem of a diner and had a true Chicago breakfast. Bacon eggs sausages and... Pancakes. @ Beef n Brandy. South State Street. Yummy. 13.30. Off to pick up the Harley. ...
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Richmond to Chicago
Getting up at 4:30 am was a bit rough, not to mention not getting breakfast until we reached Atlanta. While Richard was taking some Advil, a lady walking by thought he gave her the head nod (when he was swallowing the pills)! Hysterical, considering he was sitting with his wife and two sons. He said she looked very confused!
We arrived in Chicago at 10:30 am Chicago time. We ...
On Saturday, we started our return journey, heading west from Michigan, skirting around the bottom of Lake Michigan, into Chicago. We branched off the Interstate, hoping to see the lakeside, but apart from having lunch at a lakeside beach, we didn't see much of the lake.
The drive into Chicago was like peak hour on a Sydney road but much bigger, with 6 lanes of freeway creeping along with cars and trucks cutting in & out for different exits. Once off the freeway we found ...
The University of Chicago
October 12, 2012
At approximately 8:00 p.m., Thursday, October 11 – a University student walking on 54th Street near Maryland Avenue was approached from behind by two ...