Holiday Inn Chicago Rolling Meadows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... lodge foyer before we returned to the car and headed into Utica. The ever reliable in-car GPS directed us the few miles to Utica without mishap and we were soon making our way into the Alexander Winery tasting room. Wendy and Max were engaged by one of the attentive staff and were soon signed up for a 6 glass champagne tasting plate. We were ushered to the rear of the tasting room where a low table was readied for our tasting. The six champagnes were ...
... the Science of Storms where they simulated a Tornado, a Tsunami Wave and many other weather related things. You could build your own toy and watch each stage of the production, they also had a space area. However what I thought was the best was the U-505 submarine from World War II, this was great and I truly loved seeing it. My foot was still bothering me but we caught the taxi back to the hotel where I asked for a ice pack. After an hour or so of resting up we went back out for ...
... set aside for frogs, seahorses, and jellyfish for example). One of my favorite parts about the experience though was that because I made it to the aquarium in the morning I was able to see many of the fish and reptiles being fed, which was a nice change of pace from watching fish just swim back and forth. When I finished walking around the aquarium, I went next door to the Field Museum of Natural History, which reminded me of the Natural History ...
... of it) and the leg from Istanbul to Kilimanjaro is 7 hours.
Once we arrive in Kilimanjaro, we still have a 1 hour drive to our hotel in Arusha, Tanzania. Luckily we have the 24th reserved as a "rest" day, before heading out for our 2 week safari. Although "rest" is a relative term, as we're actually taking a trip out to Moshi to view Mount Kilimanjaro.
Let the adventure begin...
... sky scrapers sit next to each other in a way that looks arranged, rather than each one trying to outstrip the next.
Come nightfall it's even better with each building lit carefully complementing the next.
We took a view of the skyline from the Signature Lounge in the John Hancock building, naturally we ignored the observation deck (with $30 charge ) and headed straight for the bar set below and had $15 cocktails ...