Holiday Inn Chicago North Shore (Skokie)
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... now, the subway system here is a million times easier to understand than New York's, New York's subway in my opinion is needlessly complicated where as Chicago is so simple (and a good price system as well).
We managed to find our hosts house with ease, this time we were going to be the only guests staying in the accommodation. Carmen and Josh are two really lovely people, they have two cats (YES) and a dog (sidenote: Stoo not so keen on dogs but ...
It's only 5:47pm?! Today has definitely been a long day. I am beyond ready to board this plane and be on my way to Dublin. So far it hasn't been too bad of a day though. I have already taken two naps, eaten two meals, and spent $4 on a pink lemonade. Welcome to airport shopping. It was a darn ...
... of the line we were informed that there was rain in Dallas and that our plane had finally taken off. We would be leaving around 6 pm, four hours after our original departure time. We were given vouchers for dinner and directed to go back to the restaurant. So, Carlo and I sat and ate again, killing even more time until our expected departure time. Then, it was back through security, third time's the charm, right?
Carlo noticed that our gate had changed ...
... Had it have been later in the day Thomas would have been in his element. After brunch we checked into our hotel and walked around Millennium Park. We entered the park by the Millennium Monument (Peristyle) and walked to the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, the outdoor music venue where festivals and other concerts often take place. It was a very impressive stainless steel structure that looked more like a piece of art than a stage.
Our plane flight to Chicago was beautiful. It seemed every time I looked out the window an entirely different scene passed by. Watching San Fran was amazing as the fog bank rolled in. We then passed over Yosemite and saw snow capped mountains, then desert very similar to Death Valley. We passed salt flats and extensive agricultural land before passing over Chicago. The public transport here is excellent so we had no issue getting to our hostel. Thankfully we are in a ...