Holiday Inn Express Chicago Downers Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today is our last full day in Chicago. We woke up after a much needed sleep, had some breakfast (where I accidentally made myself a coffee with salt - don't ask) and got ready for the day ahead. Our host Victoria also told us about a previous guest who had propositioned a one night stand to her; she is an interesting person! The sun was out again in full force, an odd feeling for us in late October. We decided to hire ...
... Back on the bus and as the sky was now clear, Greg and I decided to do the Willis Tower Skydeck, so we completed the loop and learnt that the Maccas opposite our motel has the 3rd largest turnover of any shop in the world - topped by Moscow and another city I can't remember right now! Also learnt that the Fado Irish Pub we had a beer in yesterday was actually built in Ireland, but was dismantled and reassembled here in Chicago! A bit ...
... any parking garage at all when I really should have left the keys in the car with it running in the hopes of getting stolen and collecting the insurance $ for it which might just be north of the salvage value for a 245,000 mile Hyundai Sonata.
Oh sorry I digressed from the trip. Well the only tip I can tell you is the International Terminal in Chicago #5 has really bad food choices behind the game so ...
... globes, new pots for the indoor plants and potting mix. Back home, I changed a light globe and repotted the plants while Sarah and Maggie re-hung one set of cupboard doors and attempted a second set - the latter unsuccessfully, due to some dodgy folding door components. We called it quits shortly after 5:00pm, and had a couple of drinks before heading out for dinner to GT Fish & Oyster. Tonight was the second time I have eaten at GT, the first being when I ...
... flying low over us, honking, presumably looking for a pond which wasn't frozen, or some clear grass to feed on.
Got off the bus at the L station, and rode the Blue Line nearly to the end. Then a long bus ride to Woodfield Mall, one of the largest shopping centres in the United States. It was warm, under cover, and gave us the chance to have a bit of exercise, walking from one end to the other, several ...