Holiday Inn Chicago - Mt Prospect
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... shortly after. It was getting colder too and I didn't want Hinesh to get sick.
Day 4: we squeeze in an early workout - T25 and feel so healthy. We eat a healthy home made lunch then head out for the day.
Today we go exploring Logan and Wicker Park. We walk through the lovely tree lined streets of Logan and look at the fancy homes and wish we were living there. We get to Logan Square and it has some nice little cafes, a local park (with the local bum sleeping ...
... beluga wales housed there. Such amazing creatures. We watched the aquatic show where each of the animals, including a rescue dog and seal ion all performed. They had an Australian exhibit as well not that we recognised any of the animals! Unfortunately we were a bit rushed as they were closing early for a gala event at 2pm but we saw everything we wanted to. Afterwards we headed home to change and then rushed to the Second City Comedy Club, which is ...
... a group of young deer set against the pink hues of the setting sun gives this day a perfect ending and I try to make myself comfortable in this rather uncomfortable chair: dentist-office-style. This however proves to be quite a challenge, because those seats must have been designed for midgets (or kids only).Putting it into the reclining position leaves my legs somewhat elevated but bent in a very awkward and painful ...
After the Skydeck, we only had about two hours before we had to be back at the station for our Zephyr train. Julie wanted to do a boardwalk, so we headed over to Navy Pier. Our Hop On/Off ticket took us from the Skydeck to Navy Pier, but in a long-way-round kinda way. With our limited time in mind, we took the hop on/off at Millennium Park and stopped off at the 'Bean' for more selfie fun, and we tried to revisit ...
... half, it would have easly been Bengals receiver A.J. Green. He ended the game with nine receptions for 162 yards and two touchdowns. A case could also be made for Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict with his eight tackles and an interception. His impact was also fairly obvious by his absence. He got hurt on the interception and didn't return. Chicago promply drove over 80 yards for the winning touchdown. Jay Cutler had a ...