Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Midway Airport
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... of a great view of the storm clouds encircling downtown Chicago. The lightning and rain caused us to change our plans from biking along the shoreline but I'm not complaining. We returned to our hotel area and found another new restaurant called Big Bowl that served Chinese and Thai food. Eating my way through Chicago again! Then it was back to the hotel (with a Starbucks passion tea in hand) to ...
... a computer or games console. College sports are non existent in several colleges due the values of every person having to be a winner. Considering that a person needs to lose, competitors in sporting activities is bad. Lots of college playing fields have been sold off by neighborhood councils to developers. How short viewed! It is really unusual for kids to be overweight as a result of health problems. The opposite is true. Kids have health troubles due to the fact that ...
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... found a Nestlé Toll House Cafe, and I had to have a choc chip cookie. It was beautiful. Terry had a slab of frosted brownie, which he seemed to enjoy immensely. I bought Ma a Christmas present, but she will have to wait till July to get it.
It was quite mild when we came out of the shops, only about 1deg. A lady died last night when she fell in the Chicago River.
We have enjoyed Chicago, despite ...
... think there was a building excessively too high, or shiny, or odd that it didn’t belong, or that ruined this visual spectacular. This in itself was impressive. From a distance we saw the Willis tower, better known as the Sears Tower, which was the world's tallest building for 24 years. The large towers which protrude from the top of the building was the key to its longstanding achievement at number one. We were informed that as long as the protrusions are necessary to ...