Holiday Inn Chicago - Midway Airport
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... bar called Kingston mines. It had two main rooms, with a live blues band in both that took it in turns throughout the evening, fairly reasonable drinks as well! We also visited the Chicago zoo which is a must see if you are in the city. It was free to enter and we spent an entire day walking around it, the indoor areas were a great escape from the heat and the zoo had a great natural feel to it with trees surrounding the animal ...
... through the city and therefore Chicago has been given the nickname of 'the second city' due to the fact that most of it had to be rebuilt. Chicago is also extremely windy and this helped the fire to spread. After our quick tour from Craig, I am really looking forward to the architecture tour we have booked tomorrow. This evening we went out to a deep dish pizza place. The pizzas looked like pies . They had the same pastry crust as a lie and the ...
... s sister Keeley who also works there. We had some brief introductions and catch ups before we headed off.
The next day Ryan had to work so we hung out with Jen and had a quiet morning. Then we played some minigolf (Sarah won) before going out to meet Ryan's parents and Keeley for dinner. We had a great night. Ryans parents are lovely and his mum bought us our own Blackhawk jerseys as a present!!
Friday was a ...
... I found it very similar to 5th Avenue in New York, Vitosha Street in Sofia or Third Street Promenade in LA. Kristina and I did a bit of shopping, and she ended up with a pair of sunglasses very similar to mine from Ann Taylor Loft - something that proved important later when were taking selfies at The Bean. Anyway, we strolled down all the way to Millennium Park, but not before getting some milk-covered caramel crisp popcorn to snack on from Garrett Popcorn Shops. We sat on a ...
We slept through to the morning and woke up with the train stopped at a station. It turned out to be the delayed stop at Omaha, Nebraska. This meant that we did not completely miss Nebraska, as the timetable had indicated that we would, as it should have been passed through in the night. In entering Nebraska we moved into Central time, so we only have one more time zone to cross before we reach New York.
As we had breakfast ...