Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago South Lansing
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... old fashioned. Something you don't see very often in America , and the installations were modern and confusing but we wrote in the guest book nonetheless. We spent the evening in millennium park, which has a massive stage with seats and in the summer then show movies for free every week and we took a picnic along and watched 20 feet from stardom a really really good movie/documentary about the life of backing singers. What a lovely way to end our trip in Chicago. Our greyhound was ...
... of it was hilarious and so over the top but we managed to make a few purchases, the items were like $2-$5 which is crazy! We also hopped out the car and had a few touristy photos outside Wrigley Field We were taken to "the original Lou's" for proper Chicago pizza with sausage on it. And we were introduced to the joys of fried cheddar cheese, so good but so bad. ...
... weeks before we arrived in had snowed! So on our first night we rugged up and headed to a pub around the corner from our hostel to warm up with some beers and burgers.
Our hostel is excellent. This is the first (and only) time we didn't have a private bathroom but luckily Cooz and I had the whole floor to ourselves so we didn't have to share with anyone which turned our great!
Cooz and I have both fallen in love with ...
... of the stadium and the history of the team that plays there, $20 is a fair price, especially when you have travelled from the other side of the world. Our tour guides are Genuine Chicago-ians (???) and of course they are MASSIVE Bears fans!! They lead the group out onto the field and nothing beats the view from down there, here I am standing on Soldier Field looking up at the seats imagining what it would be like on game day. The way the stadium is configured, it seats about ...
... to be an 'incident' of some sort. Near a home that was flying the (undistinguishable) flag of another country was an ambulance, police officers, FBI agents in flak jackets, heavily armed army personnel, television crews etc. We hesitated, watched for a moment or two, then crossed to the other side of the street to determine whether we could push on or needed to backtrack. It was about then that I realised the TV cameras were on dollies and ...