Hampton Inn & Suites Chicago Southland-Matteson
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... of independence references). Up 94 floors is a 360degree observation deck. Sun finally broke through the clouds an hour earlier so views were spectacular. It also has a tilt option, where a section of the building, with you in it and hanging on, leans out over the pavement 94 floors below. On every window, 94 floors up, on the outside, were heaps of mosquitoes! And spiders eating them! How did THEY get up there? Once back on the streets, a ...
... rain that persisted into the evening. We were quickly into the routine of peeling layers off as we entered stores, only to put them back on before stepping outside again. We stopped in at "Whole Foods", a popular supermarket that we have acquainted ourselves with on previous visits. Stocked with supplies for lunch, we returned via another regular haunt, "Binneys", a popular liquor outlet selling beer, wine and spirits at prices unheard of in Australia. For example, ...
We had an incredible trip through the aspens, over the continental divide, and down into Denver yesterday. I have driven through Colorado several times , even in the fall, but I have never seen aspen trees in pink and pastel orange, as well as bright yellow, pale gold and chartreuse. Unfortunately pictures from a moving train don't do the colors ...
... my table, the waiter set down a basket of cheese bread balls (the real name escapes me, so that's what I'm calling them), which were absolutely delicious. I classlessly and shamelessly wolfed them down. I ordered their beer flight, and oven roasted turkey, accompanied by warm gravy, creamy and chunky mashed potatoes, carrots, and kale salad. Although my particular meal could be considered an American standard, I think the quality and the ...
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Chicago, the city where "Juicy Fruits" originated from, the people are all so polite, smiley and down to earth! Architecturally there's no "down to earth" about it. Buildings for days, some old, some glittery new.
Could this be the new "New York" in my eyes?
The streets... so pristine and clean, not a graffiti tag in sight, but how bizarre it is to see homeless people in a ...