Holiday Inn Express Crestwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... into a relaxed Boxing Day enjoying the cricket while getting ready for a BBQ dinner. We have concluded a late dinner and enjoyed slices of a well travelled Christmas pudding that has travelled from Melbourne, gone missing at LA airport and eventually delivered to S&Ms apartment a day after we arrived. There is sufficient for a second helping later in the weekend. It's likely we will all sleep well ...
... passing all the shops, we crossed the Chicago River and came to a building that houses both the Chicago Water Works and a tourist information center where we got a map and used the bathroom. By now we were hungry and across the street from Grant Park were conveniently located good food places. We went to Chipotles and got burrito bowls and took them across the street to the park to eat. We found an empty table near the "bean" where people-watched while we ate. After lunch ...
... Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), had drinks on the outdoor lounge/patio of their apartment building, got a Chicago pizza and ate it at Millennium Park while the symphony played.
We got back to their apartment in time to see the fireworks over Lake Michigan.....right off of their balcony.
We are going to do more exploring tomorrow.....maybe we will run into Ferris Bueller during our Chicago adventures.
Dallas is a relatively new city, its first permanent settlement being in 1851 on the Trinity River. Prior to that it was inhabited by a number of Indian tribes, then deemed to be part of Mexico and ruled by Spain. (The Trinity River is now not much more than a ditch - it was rerouted in the late 1920s, possibly to avoid the frequent floods that engulfed the city at times). What we have observed so far is that it is a very clean city, and wherever the hustle and bustle may be it is ...