Holiday Inn Itasca (Woodfield Area)
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... throughout. Foie gras, gnocchi, choux pastry infused with prosciutto, perch ,rice cakes are entrees. Home made sausage with home pickled sauerkraut, pike with tomatoes and slow cooked greens are mains. Just because we had not already eaten enough we shared delicious fried chèvre with honey and home made jam, spiced plum upside down cake and apple crumble. Fabulous thank you again Vivian and David. Great hosts in Chicago. We will host in Cherrybrook when you visit next ...
... I was pretty sure I would not need any lunch.
I had to head out on my way back to Boston for my flight later that day. My plan was to take the coastal highway and see some of the sights in Salem. Well, I got turned around a few times because of signs and Salem was very busy and I couldn't park so I just continued on to the airport and arrived several hours early. That was ok because there was a lot of ...
... decided to spend the day at the Chicago Botanic Gardens, so armed with Sarah's written directions we found our way to Ogilvie Metra Station (adjoining the French Market) to catch the 10:39 train to Braeside, approximately 35km to the north of the city. The Metra trains are commuter trains that service about four counties within the state of Illinois, and appear to run in collaboration with the Chicago Transit Authority - though we couldn't use ...