Hilton Chicago/Oak Lawn
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Probably most people, but not us. So we were pretty excited on our first day to get across to Lincoln Park to the beach.
Lake Michigan is so huge it's got a tide and miles and miles of beaches. Matt completely refused to believe that anything of that size and with sandy beaches could be fresh water and insisted on trying it out. Happily I was proved right when ...
... old and new, highly distinctive architectural styles and award winning designs. Many of the buildings, as is the case in Toronto, are built on reclaimed land that was once lake shore, used as a dumping ground, reclaimed as landfill and then became part of the city landscape. Much of the inner city was once in a rundown state, with high crime rates and unsafe streets, and this is long after the infamous Al Capone had made his mark. The place has been revitalized as a thriving, ...
My last few days before leaving on my big adventure have been extremely exciting, fun, and stressful. Over the past week, I have attended my last Illini football game for the year, met up with 5 friends for drinks, had 4 dinner dates, 1 coffee date, and received countless phone calls and cards. It has been great getting to see all of my family and friends, and I think it is just now starting ...
... in English, we could wander around the beach reciting sentences for about 30 minutes, erasable whiteboard in hand, then immediately jump in the water once a block of information had been successfully covered. The wind was kicking up sand the whole time, and the distant Chicago skyline seemed like vapor behind the dust clouds; throw in the intense heat, and it felt as though we might be on the Indian Ocean. However, neither of us is the ...
... tell by my accent? Dip ****. Anyway, I'm armed with my ticket so off I go to find which train to take. I walk 5 blocks and as you can imagine, by this stage I'm pretty tired!! Underground I go to take the red line. The friendly train helper man (I don't know what they're called) points me in the right direction and I swipe my travel card. I get in a car with possibly the dodgiest looking people. Just my luck! I make it there safely. Then it ...