Hilton Garden Inn Chicago Midway Airport
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- Swimming pool
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... of trains and barges to cross the river. We circumnavigated the lodge taking in the views across to Starved Rock while also in search of a geocache hidden in an old Italian "letterbox" chair (one of only two in the world - the other being owned by Ozzie Osborne) located near the entrance to the lodge. Eventually it became apparent that the chair was inside the lodge and the cache quickly found. A coffee of dubious quality warmed us up in the cafe ...
... UBS building in the ranks! V hot but have complimentary lemonade and cookies to keep us going. Great guide as well. Finish by 4 and head to Navy Pier for wander. Take refuge from heat in restaurant where pet and I try to share a massive portion of nachos and don't manage even half. Onto Ferris wheel for great views and then into ice crystal garden which looks like a huge greenhouse but is actually cool in both senses. Taxi back and check ...
So only 18 months after the proposal, a fantastic hen-weekend in Edinburgh, an overseas stag weekend in Tossa de Mar, a mere 3.5 weeks since the wedding, a resignation from a job, a dentistry graduation ceremony, finding a new house in Chepstow, packing up 14 years worth of memories at Chez Worslade and leaving London to head off to pastures new.......the Werrys are finally off on their Excellent Honeymoon Adventure!!!
Ahead lay 6 weeks of us getting our kicks on Route 66 ...
... razor clams, soft shell crab, mussels, duck confit and pork cheeks. The duck and pork dishes were two of the three-only 'not fish' items on the menu. We shared a 'Chicago Mix' dessert - caramel semifreddo, popcorn, cornbread and a cheddar tuile; it was a little like Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs meet toffee ice cream. We all had a coffee, then headed back to the apartment where we wiled away the evening talking and playing board games - an advantage of the lack of cable ...
... of people that survived here from 1846 to February 1847 after their wagons got stuck in the snow. Of the group of 81 people 45 survived by resorting to cannibalism! It must have been a very dear price to pay for survival. Over the CZ intercom we heard all about the extreme hardships of building the original version of the railroad that we were traveling on, the Pacific Railroad which was partly built during the American Civil War and finally joined the East and ...