Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Midway Airport
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... to the theatre. Tom also came to the theatre, and he bought a ticket at the time. The show was brilliant, one of the best shows I've seen. So much fun, and such a feel good show, I really, really enjoyed it! So it was a brilliant end to a brilliant day! So this morning we were up reasonably early, loaded the bus and we're off again! State count- 6: - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - ...
... she decided to put up with the commute. The mother worked from home so despite having to leave the flat at 7am, Sam was usually back before 6pm. Annalissa worked as a nanny for two little girls just four days a week. The eldest, Parker, went to 'pre-k' (play school, pre-kindergarten) in the mornings and the afternoons Mon-Weds were filled with various activities like dancing and swimming classes. Thursday afternoons the three of them would go out and do something fun, such as go for ...
We arrived at Midway airport two hours earlier just in case we won't miss our flight at 3:06 PM to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, each carrying our own travel backpack filled with spare clothes and essentials enough for a week-long trip. After a thorough security bag check and a light brunch at Subway, we departed. An hour ...
... s worth by asking plenty of questions - mainly seeking suggestions for other food places to visit during the remainder of the week. Highlights were sampling another restaurant's deep dish and an authentic Chicago style hotdog complete with a chilli, pickle, onions, mustard and a tomato slice. So we are told true Chicago natives refuse tomato sauce as it disguises the flavour of the meat. When in Rome... ...
... Chicago from the beginning, I thought I'd wing it once I got here. One of the attendants suggested making my way downtown to the Magnificent Mile, a strip on Michigan Avenue with tons of cool outlet stores, places to eat, and buildings to marvel at. My options were to either take the bus to get there, or walk down Lake Shore Drive, which runs right along the coast of Lake Michigan. So that was a no-brainer.
Did I mention yet how massive ...