Hilton Garden Inn Chicago/Tinley Park
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... icy weather for a bit!
That evening we booked in to head to RPM restaurant which is owned by Gulianna and Bill who are off another reality show Cooz and I love (yes we are obsessed with reality TV). Our dinner was amazing and we endulged in some delicious cocktails (including the G-rizzle), amazing pasta (Mama Depandis of course) and some desert that was to die for (Bills creation and some donuts from Italy). We were ...
... the park, but as soon as the sun is shaded by the Chicago skyline and the wind whistles past us we know just how cold it is. It's not to long after we reach the Walmart and Robyn is disappointed as this store is a Walmart neighbourhood market. Which pretty much means its simply a grocery store....oooops!!!!!!!! Still no stroller. We made the decision that once we were finished in Walmart we would catch a cab a number of blocks up to the sports authority, which for those of u that ...
Day 20 begins with me asleep in a sofa bed in the Staybridge Inn in Grand Forks. Tom and James have kept me there while I wait for my late train At 1:00 we head for the station and say our goodbyes. It has been a fun road trip for the three of us Late train gets later; When I arrive at the station just after 1:00, the train will be in at 3:15; now it moves to 3:35. Finally board; I take a seat that supposedly is re se rev d for couples but no one is in it. I set up my ...
... killing me so I needed a pair of trainers (excuses, excuses eh?). I soon walked out with a pair of Nike Lunarglide V and directions to Michigan Avenue which happened to be only two blocks away from where I was. As I started walking up Michigan Avenue I noticed Millennium Park and had a quick look.
As I'd been out walking a while (was a good couple of hours) I decided to try and get a sim card for my phone and then would head back to the motel. Unlike the UK ...
... And most importantly, for anyone who is a new flyer, it turns out you get to be really lazy when you fly, and you have almost no responsibilities. You might think you want to know where your stuff is and how it is. Don't. You don't even have to check in with the people you're flying with, just go right through to the security. I thought flying was much more complex than it is. It is actually really simple (as long as you don't have to try and find things in O'Hare).