Hilton Garden Inn Hoffman Estates
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... Interstate" that would eventually deliver us to another Interstate that would lead us to Utica and Starving Rock. The signage along the way was interesting - speed signs declaring the maximum and also minimum speeds permissible being 70 and 45 respectively and in miles per hour. Apparently the speed limits are recommended only and most traffic moves along around 10 mph above the maximum. The other sign repeated along the journey alerted drivers to the ...
... as you can see. Dinner will be at 7.15pm and I hope it will be ok. I purchased a sandwiches as we had not had any lunch, well it was pretty ordinary, in fact my turkey sandwich was still frozen. Oh well that is what you get for train snacks. It want hurt to not have much food for the next couple of days. We headed into the dinning car for dinner and were sitting with an Italian couple who seemed very nice. Dinner was extremely ordinary, I had the pasta which was ...
... I was walking toward the skyline, it seemed like the buildings weren't getting any closer. Before I knew it, though, I was downtown, amidst crowds that reminded me of Philadelphia's Market Street. But what was I to do now that I arrived?
For starters, I was pretty hungry. So I decided I'd eat first and figure things out from there. Surprisingly, no, I didn't get deep dish pizza. Part of my reasoning was that there generally seem to be ...
... fully charged by 5am after having an 11 hour solid sleep, I gave a kiss to Chicago from my hotel room balcony, I took a long shower and ironed my best shirt. Today, I was going on a ******* adventure.
The morning sun was glorious, and not a marshmallow in the sky. I took a stroll to Millennium Park, first on my "to-do" list, where I admired, touched and patted "the bean". Cloud Gate, a HUGE seamless metal sculpture ...
... Giordano's (not amazing, but an experience in itself)
- Ramen and buns at Slurping Turtle
- Corner Bakery was really convenient for a quick bite,breakfast or panini (Sandwich)
- Steak at some fancy steak place (apparently Chicago is famous for their steaks - Morton's Steak House was not that great though)
The Bean also known as Cloud Gate - Millenium Park, the view from John Hancock and the Art Institute of Chicago.