Comfort Inn Romeoville
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... a night of drinking by a bonfire and a day of boat rides and gin, I didn't really want to leave and was just getting into the beach set up they had here. Unfortunately, I couldn't miss my train to Washington, D.C. and gerri kindly took me to the station. I think the gin definitely helped me to prepare for the 16 hour train ride ahead. I definitely feel it is time to move on with my travels and see the next place but I am sad to leave the much needed home comforts paired ...
... more than enough to feed the three of us! After dinner we jumped in a cab to the neighbourhood of Wrigelyville, home of Wrigley Field where the Chicago Cubs are based. We had a drink at Sluggers Bar, just down from the field. On the too floor were batting cages where for a couple of dollars you get fed balls from a bowling machine. I was so much fun. Ash smashed it; his cricket skills came in handy. Lauren surprised herself too! Jake actually plays ...
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We walked to dinner at Piccolo Sogno Due, it was really close. Dinner was good, although we had two sets of funny tablemates at the table next to us. About halfway through dinner, Rob wasn't feeling well, so we stopped at CVS to get something for him, and then went back to the hotel. We read in bed and then settled in for a good night's sleep.
... and did not take long to remind us that we are not great aficionados of free or improvisational jazz. It was lovely, however, just sitting in the park (with a few thousand others) on a mild summer's evening. The music finished shortly after 8:00pm and we joined the flood of people exiting the park - said goodbye to Max and Sarah as we neared the hotel and headed to our room for an early night. Tomorrow is expected to be hot (33C) again, we will need to plan our activities ...