Holiday Inn & Suites Chicago O'Hare Rosemont
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Field. They booked us a room in a couple's home using Air B&B and it was great. We got to Chicago around 11, talked to the owner of the house for a little while as he gave us some suggestions of places to go and eat, then we went out to grab dinner. The only place with a kitchen still open was Lucky's Sandwich Co. It was one of the places I wanted to go after watching Man vs. Food. We all got stuffed sandwiches that ...
... the day was the Chicago Architecture Society down on South Michigan Ave to get tickets for a walking tour in the afternoon. Afterwards we grabbed brunch at a Potbelly Sandwich store and walked up to North Michigan to H&M to get some pants for Ash. Lauren was not even temped to shop! Ash left with two trendy pairs of pants. We walked around 2 miles back down to the tour starting point for a 2pm tour. The tour was great. We learnt so much about ...
... long before I can afford to do something similar, if ever!) Getting home at about 5:30pm was handy, and it wasn't long before Winnipeg was once again beneath me, with its sea of autumnal yellows and browns. I still had some time to chill out and relax in the evening before heading back to work the next day....(someone has to work to pay the travel bills around here!) and hoping it all wouldn't seem like some amazing dream, and that I'd eventually find the time to reflect and blog about the experience.... well, finally, a month later, here it ...
... the park. After nap time, it is frozen yogurt time!
It’s incredible how relaxed you can be after a short nap in a park surrounded by beautiful scenery. I looked on the internet to find a decent frozen yoghurt place. The walk there took us through a different part of the loop with older buildings.
The frozen yoghurt was not the best we had, despite being very highly rated on the internet. Actually Lisa really enjoyed it, but I thought ...
... were mistaken for a foody selling truck! People approach hurriedly with their wallet on the ready always with the same question "selling grub?". After the present man popped the question, we began a conversation, because most people are quite interested in our adventure, and he ended up handing us two boxes of "Marathon of Miracles" granola bars with a job for us. The company was started by the man A. J. and his wife to promote breast cancer awareness and donate the proceeds. ...