Hilton Garden Inn Schaumburg
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... interesting and we spent a long time seeing it all. After a snack at the cafe we headed back to the car to find the fog rolling in again and by the time we had driven along the shore of the lake we could only see a couple of hundred meters ahead! We stopped and had a walk along the Veterans Memorial Park and then jumped in the car to head for Chicago. Greg copped a bad day for his driving turn - fog, which cleared slowly, then heavy rain and worst of ...
... so the city had to be completely re-built. What a great opportunity for architects and the government to make this a better city; making the roads less congested by introducing a double decker system, I think every city should have a fire. That was a half joke. The only bad bit about the tour was this annoying girl who just carried on talking about her and her school life and the fact she had seen ferris beulers day off. The tour guide handled this well by letting ...
... like transporting something half-way around the globe only to forget it on the one day you need it. On the weekend Kevin and family took me to Navy Pier where we rode the giant Ferris wheel from which you can see all of downtown and look out over Lake Michigan. By that time it had fortunately stopped snowing and the temperatures were back up in the tolerable range for May; it was even warm enough to sit outside for lunch!
Kevin’s family hails from England, ...
... the next day at the immensely relaxing outdoor baths. After that, it was a long flight, complete with 14-hour layover in Warsaw, back home. I learned more on this trip than I have on any other I’ve taken, and I will certainly take all of it to heart. Definitely travel alone if you get the chance, you’ll meet people and share experiences that really aren’t otherwise ...
... the St Valentines Day Massacre & heard the tales of Al Capone, Elliott Ness & Bugs Moran.
Managed to find our way to the Oriental Theatre & booked tickets to see 'Once'. Our foreign money cards wouldn't work there though so we had to go to the ATM to get actual cash out.
We then just wandered around we went to Macys. I had a throbbing headache & if I'm honest wasn't really feeling it. Think ...