Hilton Garden Inn Schaumburg
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... The train left promptly and we quickly got to see our first bit of rural America as we head up parallel to the Hudson river. it was an amazing site to see how quickly it became the countryside outside of New York as we headed into places like Poughkeepsie and (the slightly bigger than expected) Albany. We stopped for an hour for a break in Albany which is something i have never experienced on a train before - stopping at a station and being allowed to wander ...
... had to pay an arm and a leg for it. The plane ride wasn't as long as I thought it was going to be which is always a plus. Hardly slept in the plane. Watched a few movies that I haven't seen before and listened to some music. The plane ride was actually very smooth compared to other planes that I have been on. Even got to see the sun rise this morning and got to see some very cool views of cities last night during the ...
... was awesome. During warm ups a gigantic inflated motorised Bull flys around the arena dropping t-shirts from under its belly. The Bull mascot, Benny Bull, is just crazy and entertains throughout the whole game. Every time out something is going on, whether it be cheerleaders throwing t-shirts or blowing them out of cannons, or animated dunkin donut races on the big screen. It was an even game through out but the Bulls got a little lead towards the end and won!! Yayyyy that ...
Monday proved to be a very hot day in Chicago, with temperatures in the 90s, and extreme humidity. We decided to do Lincoln Park zoo, and took the bus after breakfast northwards to see the animals. We had a good couple of hours there, but left James in charge of the camera, which at a zoo can be a mistake (cue lots of random photos and giraffes galore). The sight of black clouds ...
Home again, home again, like a herd of turtles. Because my trip is coming to a close, I thought it’d be fun to recall a few of my favorite moments from the past few weeks. (By the way, the blog made me choose a city to pin this post to, but the truth is more interesting- that I'm writing and publishing this in the air somewhere over the midwest). Obviously there are too many favorite moments ...