Holiday Inn Express Chicago-Midway Airport
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... ve seen in movies like Inception, that shiny lima bean that is the most photographed thing in Chicago. Millennium Park too, would be the start of our crazy test of patience in Chicago as all the crowds were out for what turned out to be one of the biggest weekends of travel. Plans change and people can affect your trip, the only thing to do is shrug and adapt.
Our original plan for the day had called for a trip to the Bean first, which probably would've resulted ...
... and get moving again. Sometimes this meant moving off-course in order to pick up wind and, hopefully, move back to where you want to be. One instance happened in late afternoon/early evening on Saturday, when we were nearly "becalmed" or breeze-less. There was a little wind, but just a little and the boat moved at barely two knots or less (roughly two ...
... new (Sears and Trump towers). Much more interesting than it sounds - we learnt about how some buildings have zeppelin landing-towers, how Al Capone established a speak-easy at the top of one of the towers, and why several buildings are shaped like chairs.
The jet-lag had to kick in at some point and it was now. We sloped back to the hotel for a bit of a snooze and woke refreshed an hour later, raring to go again and craving a ...
... Leptin is a hormone that assists in enhancing the rate of metabolism; for that reason, when the levels of leptin are high, the rate of metabolic process is high thus you drop weight quick. On the other hand if leptin levels are low, the rate of metabolic process is likewise low hence you do not lose as much weight as you can. See more at Venus Factor The Venus factor workout handbook and schedule covers a ...
... Park. We walked down to the water and met an awesome harbor captain named Barney Packer. When we saw him and started talking to him we got a great idea to find someone in every city we go to who we thought symbolized the city or represented the city for us a la Humans of New York. We talked for a little while and Sam and Army took a bunch of pictures. After about 10 minutes we walked to Shaw's Crab Shack and got some ...