Holiday Inn Chicago-Tinley Park-Convention Center
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Wasn't sure then where to catch the bus, so we walked - Aaron piggybacked Aidan - 4 blocks to the Navy Pier...... And from here I fell asleep again, so pls refer to Aaron's blog with my notes added for the rest of the day ;-)
... some apparently very haunted locations. I can't say I encountered much myself but did feel like someone was touching my hair at the location of the worst theatre fire. Maybe it was just the wind. Also at this location was one of John Wayne Gacey's hunting sites where he would sit in his van and wait for victims. Now that was creepy. We went to the site of the St Valentines Day massacre which is now a ...
Oooopps, got very behind! So after dropping the car back in Atlanta after our trip to the Smokies we flew to St Louis. Our first night was interrupted by screaming children, and parents, in both of the rooms adjacent to ours and then we got up to find all our food in the fridge frozen. A true Mrs Snipe moment followed and we got free breakfast and a night knocked off our bill. Result. Aside from that we went to the ice hockey ...