Hilton Garden Inn Schaumburg
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... havoc trying to get off, but we made it and everyone survived. We booked our bags onto the train and the very helpful lady did our booking from Seattle to Vancouver for the 6th January. We are now going over the border, we were starting to get a bit worried, America didn't want us to stay but they wouldn't let us leave. All is good, we meet the family on the 7th and 8th, we are looking forward to seeing them.
Getting onto the train was ...
... of the old route and information about people who had been involved with the route over the years. We were recommended to go along to the next town Bloomington for lunch, to a "Steak n Shake". We had $4 burgers and huge shakes, sat in a classic American diner! Back on the road we passed through a few more little towns, including Atlanta which had the 2nd giant - a man holding a ...
... to walk rather than using public transport as the weather was still very pleasant. We spent the afternoon sorting out our suitcases for the trip back home, making sure the weight was spread evenly between the bags that we would be checking in. On Tuesday morning we said goodbye to Max and Sarah, who were off to work and unsure as to whether they would be home before we needed to leave for the airport. After five weeks of seeing them each day I was very sad to be ...
... but tasted alright. In fairness the taste sensation was probably diluted by the fact it was from a food court. Much like heading the the American Embassy to judge all burgers. Since I'm in America now I should probably stop calling it the Embassy. The pier is close to the start of the Magnificent Mile, so named for all the high end shops that used to fill the building fronts. Apparently back in the day they used to close at lunch times ...
... descend to a lower level. A cool coffee shop presents itself and iced lattes hit the spot. More wandering brings us to the Chicago river. We book a boat trip and wait in the shade till it leaves. The boat travels first up the river amongst the skyscrapers and then returns to enter Lake Michigan through a lock. So different to our last lock, this one only has a fall of 2 feet. Its main purpose is to control the flow in the Chicago River. ...
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