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Dear Diary, Day Two
Woke (a little red wine fuzzy from last night) to a bright and beautiful day. How quickly you forget just because the sun is shining bright and clear blue skies and you walk outside and its enough to freeze the balls of a brass monkey.
Yesterday was a chillax day. Really cold with a little sleet, so I went to …
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Breakfast in Chinatown (Dim Sum + Lotus tea) after going to the Chess recording studios. Took the train across the city to Old Town then back to the Hancock Tower for beer and snacks on the 96th floor. Walked back to Millenium Park in a storm so we got pretty wet. Joy bought a shopping bag (better than a Tescos one) and a few other things so even an electric storm doesn't stop her shopping. Just drying off in the hotel room. Will be back out soon for ...
... city, by ensuring the district elders make an effort to live up to the phrase. We finished looking through the museum at about 2:30pm, then headed back to the downstairs café for lunch of a panini/toasted sandwich. Walked back down State Parkway where the filming was wrapping up for the day; we discovered that the location shoot was actually for a television series to be screened next year - look out for Crisis, directed by Aussie Philip ...
Today I decided to go to the Field Museum. With the way my taxi driver drove, I'm actually very surprised I made it there in one piece. I even swore out loud at one stage and the driver just thought I was joining him in cursing the other traffic. No Mr driver man, it's all aimed at you!
So after he pulls up at my destination, part of me wants to throw myself on the pavement, kiss it and shout "I'm alive!", however I restrain myself and on shaky legs start to walk up ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Chicago Oak Brook Suites Oakbrook Terrace
Full of families for the weekend but apparently during the week a corporate hotel. Breakfast is dull and boring but the NY Strip with Mushroom Risotto is to die for. Amanda is great company in the Lounge Bar.
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