Holiday Inn Chicago North Shore (Skokie)
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... stopped for a photo. Went to the local Farmers Market where we tasted some chocolate delicacies. Headed out to Wakeshua to see the museum of Les Ball inventor of the electric guitar. Decided to take the tourist route back to Chicago off the main freeways and see the little towns which was really enjoyable - though double the driving time of the way there. Didn't matter, we are on ...
... a last lunch of wow bao dumplings. I scoff down 8 (I held off enough to share some with my beloved) dumplings. Hinesh has the cold hot peanut sauce noodles with some bbq pork baos.
After our lunch we head to Wrigley Park. As we get on the trains, we forget about the Cubs vs Cardinals game and the trains are packed. We get to Addison station and follow the crowd out. There is no way we are getting a tour today - boo. We look to get some tickets for the game but ...
... in the skyline we waited in line to go out on the skydeck. For those of you who heard about it cracking a couple of weeks ago this was just the protective coating ontop of the glass, it didn't have any effect on the structure of the ledge. It was still safe! :)
It was pretty cool having the city below our feet and being able to look right down on it.
Once we made the 60 second trip back down to the ground floor we made our way to the ...
... great cold coffee drink, brew a very strong amount before you go to bed and let it sit in your refrigerator overnight. This lets it have ample time to cool without making it get watered down when it goes over ice. You can add your cream and sugar before placing it in the refrigerator so it is ready to drink. You will then have the ideal iced coffee when you wake up in the morning. Ascertain that you are using the right amount of water when you brew coffee. ...