Holiday Inn Chicago-Tinley Park-Convention Center
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... the dot on time - we didn't even have traffic ahead of us so we could take off without waiting! There was a scary moment after take off when we were meant to be climbing but we slowed right down and we didn't look like we were gaining altitude... We were freaking descending! Anyway thank god we did eventually get up to our cruising altitude of 40,000 feet. Flight to Chicago was an hour and thirty minutes and it was a pretty smooth one! We even landed ...
... of openness and space, which is unusual considering its one of the biggest cities in America. It's known by a latin phrase which means city in a garden, and looking down on the beautiful green parks below, it's not hard to see why. We came down from our great natural high (literally as well as figuratively!) and found at the base of the tower something we'd been searching for, for the past three days. A cafe selling Chicago deep dish pizza! We shared a 6 inch spinach and cheese ...
... ice-cream shop at The James hotel near Max & Sarah's - it was only operating from 3:00 to 5:00pm today, and advertised in chalk on the footpath. There were two flavours to choose from; peanut caramel and green apple. Both were delicious! Dinner was at Max and Sarah's and we had not been there long when the predicted rain arrived in the form of a spectacular electrical storm. We watched it from the balcony of their 43rd floor apartment until the ...
... maracas against my mind thinking about how much I should tip, the bloke next to me paid with a twenty, got one drink and then threw down his entire change as a tip. I was gobsmacked, how can you be happy to tip that much? If you don’t know me that well, I’m the type of bloke that if I lost my hair, I’d be happy because I’d be saving money on shampoo. I was up next and I just shook my head, tipped better than I ever have before but ...
... date of construction of a building, based on its design, decorations, etc. And if we look closer, there are a few noticeable eras that correspond to times of wealth and prosperity for the city of Chicago. The first of these big waves, the one that left some of the most striking buildings, was the Gilded Age.
I won't go into historical details, it's well documented everywhere, but let's say that it was a golden age only for the infamous Robber Barons. ...