Holiday Inn Countryside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in Old Town shortly. We will look for somewhere to grab an early dinner along the way before taking in the show. The sun is close to setting (it's just gone 4.00pm) and the temperature is falling as a result so our warm jackets will be required for the walk to Old Town when we leave in a short time. Later: We're back from an enjoyable night out at The Second City comedy venue where we laughed our way through 'Panic on Cloud Nine', their ...
... stop was the John Hancock building where you can get a Birdseye view of the city and surroundings - being a lovely clear day we could see for miles. With the tour guides on the bus talking about Chicago being famous for its deep dish pizza, Gino's East was our restaurant of choice (recommended by the guide) Delicious, no doubt, but I think I'll stick to my thin ...
... The Lincoln Park Zoo was founded in 1868, making it one of the oldest zoos in the country; their pygmy hippos are Howie and Annakiya, a breeding pair. The Brookfield Zoo has two female pygmy hippos, Adele and Obessa, who live in the original pachyderm house constructed when the zoo opened in 1932. The indoor area doesn’t offer a very large amount of space, and the basement (where they keep the water filtration equipment, not the hippos) somewhat resembles a dungeon from ...
Life sure is unpredictable in the most amazing ways.
This last weekend we were blessed enough to see two of our best friends in the world through the birth of their first child, Pyke Gunnar DePerio. It was a 37 hour labor and it was intense. The morning afterwards, back at home getting ready to go to sleep, I anticipated some extremely interesting dreams. But they ...
... places in the city) as we headed deeper into the city. We sailed past our hotel, only about 100 metres back from the river, and marvelled at the high rise condos all around us, owned by the rich, and sometimes famous. Trump tower stood glittering over all the buildings around it, if ever a building could be described as having bling, this was it! Another nearby had a guilded roof, which resembled the top of a champagne bottle. No coincidence, as it turned out. It was built as ...