Holiday Inn Chicago-Tinley Park-Convention Center
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- Swimming pool
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We were off to Chicago next to stay with Rob's uncle Jonty. He moved to Chicago 3 years ago and has a wonderful apartment in the centre of the city. Our flight to Chicago was delayed an hour and we had to pay an additional $25 each for our checked baggage! That's the last time we fly with American Airlines lol. Our flight was really bumpy due to the high winds in Chicago, it's nickname is "The windy city" after all. When we landed we had to wait half ...
... tourist prices, and living out of a backpack. Very apparent has been the ease of falling back into old habits and the difficulties of living an active lifestyle, especially in the winter. We've also experienced the wonderful novelty of everyone in our lives being eager and willing to make time for us, which has been very special and a lot of fun with parties and ...
... with chilli and cheese, it smelt awful but he said it tasted great. I had honey chicken, tasted like honey chicken from any other food court in the world. I also met some Amish people while I was waiting, they were very polite.
We waited in the lounge for our boarding call, then all the passengers walked together with a guide down to a huge network of underground train tracks were our double storey ...
I was awoken at approximately 4.15am by what sounded like 10 helicopters. I grumpily stomped to the window to see what was going on. My first thought was that something terrible had happened, as in New Zealand when you hear a helicopter in generally means the Police! So I start scanning the skies to see where this darn helicopter is and I can't find it! I figure it must be on the other side of my building. As ...
After the river cruise we continued walking up the shopping mile - taking plenty of time to window shop of course. At the end of the mile there was a surprising treat which was a beach on the shore of Lake Michegan. This was packed full of people enjoying the sun and playing volleyball. However as we forgot to pack our buckets and spades we ventured onwards.
The time had then come to make our way to ...