Holiday Inn & Suites Chicago O'Hare Rosemont
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... snack and the Cheesecake factory was the place to go, cake heaven, again a little pricey but the portions could feed a family of four. It took me two attempts to finish off my chocolate tower.
In the evening we went to the Rosebud on Rush for dinner, a great restaurant just off Michigan Ave. On the way back to the hotel Pauline accosted two Chicago PD Officers for a photo opportunity.
The big Road Trip begins tomorrow!
Saturday - the first and perhaps biggest surprise of the day is no breakfast 'laid on' - I am not the
only one who missed the fact that if it isn't added to the list of daily activities it isn't happening -
I am torn between eating and getting an early start on what promises to be a bit of a marathon -
I've packed a small snack which becomes breakfast and out I go to find the first trolley which will
take me to the first house....
Isabel Roberts house - ...
... Club (we both had passes that will expire before we'd get a chance to use them). This United Club was actually pretty nice, with doughnut holes (!) and fresh coffee, along with fruits, bagels, and various other foods and drinks. We'll take care of business here and head out in a little bit on our way to San Juan, Puerto ...
... and it dropped us right at the American Airlines terminal. We checked our luggage in, hoping we would not find it stained with bottles of broken wine at the other end. Security was negotiated without too much trouble and we were soon at Gate 56A, laden with books, puzzle magazines and food to sustain us on the trip back to O'Hare airport in Chicago. Max and Sarah joined us shortly after, and our 'Priority Access' had us seated in the plane within moments - ...
... re in Chicago and one of the best things about it is that you can stay there for as long or as short as you want. I was up there about 30 mins and that was more than long enough for me.
Next up was a brisk walk down Michigan Ave to Millennium Park as I only caught a couple of things yesterday and the weather was a bit nicer today I wanted to get some better pictures of the exhibits. On the way I was lucky enough to witness a demonstration ...