Hampton Inn and Suites Munster
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... to watch. We came across a channel called 'Oxygen,' where we caught the end of The Princess Diaries. We were reminiscing about the movie when all of a sudden it played again. Who needs a Foxtel +2 channel when you can just watch a channel that plays everything twice! That, combined with the weird ads that they have here, was enough for us to decide that maybe we should hit the hay for another night. Peace out from Chicago xo.
... 16 miles, went fairly well, even though we literally crawled for over an hour for a trip I thought would take about 30 minutes.
Finding a parking place was a challenge, trying to fit our pickup with a rack on the back into parking spaces while parallel parking. Dolly helped guide me as we backed and pulled forward several times until we were parked legally. From there, we took a 10 minute walk to an outdoor restaurant where Jana was ...
... Tower which was the first proper skyscraper in America and is still the tallest. The observation deck is on the 103rd floor and it has glass balconies with glass floors straight out over the edge of the building (like the Eureka Tower in Melbs). It is creepy for a second but then is pretty cool. We are confused how this is the tallest building when we went on a ride on the 112th floor in Vegas, Tiz ...
... to make a few small carvings ourselves without ruining it which was nice.
The next morning we set-off for a 90min drive north to Milwaukee's historic Miller Valley to visit my namesake’s brewery. The tour was much like any other brewery tour, but the fact that it was free and included 3 free beers at the end was definitely an added bonus. That evening we decided to make an early start into the next leg of our journey – a 34 hour drive across the top of the ...
... Naturally, I could only have gyros for dinner. It was like being back in Greece all over again. After dinner, there wasn't a lot for me to do. One of the downsides of being a female and travelling alone is that you have to be so careful about where you go, especially at night. Being relatively unfamiliar with Chicago, plus travelling on my own, I instead decided to have an early night so that I had lots of energy for the concert on the following ...