Hilton Garden Inn Chicago/Tinley Park
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... thing that would have made it better would be if the windows were a bit cleaner, it made it hard to take nice photos! Haha good thing it's our memories that are important! There is a little restaurant around the corner from our hostel called Feast that had a really good write up on UrbanSpoon. We had dinner there and it was delicious, particularly my butternut squash ravioli with goats cheese and sage chips mmmm. Dave also had a tasting plate of local beers, which were super ...
It's been two months since our year in South America came to a close. We've spent a good deal of that time apart from one another, enjoying friends and family, reflecting on what this trip has meant to us and how we've changed. It's also been a nice opportunity to just slow things down, without the pressures of finding a place to stay every few days, haggling down ...
... door due to the rain/snow and there was mud and slush every-were and cars about four deep!!! Poor Will got stranded in the middle of the road with three suitcases while I took off, needless to say it was a good start.
The Amtrack station was busy, dirty and everything you expect of a big busy train station. They did have great bag storage which was helpful and we disappeared to get some food. Will picked ...
And yet again no such thing as a direct flight - no today we've had to go Minnesota - Chicago O'Hare mega airport and then to Columbus Ohio.
Chicago - O'Hare airport is a city in and of itself. It was quite overwhelming to see such a huge airport and to have to navigate shuttle buses from one terminal to another. Another first for us both.
Willie Nelson tonight - bring it!
... a road called 'The Magneficent Mile' which was Nicky's idea of heaven - a mile of pure shopping! As we crossed the Michegan Avenue bridge we stopped to admire the fantastic Trump tower which was huge and very impressive. A pitstop was needed to board a river architecture cruise - this was to take us round to the waterways to take in the various skyscrapers. They were defintley a fete to enjoy and were all places not to live if you ...