La Quinta Inn Chicago O'Hare Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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... on the bus, but it passed quickly and by the time we got off it had passed over. This pier was used many years ago as a transport hub for shipping out the various produce of the city - Lake Michigan is about 140 kilometres wide here and there used to be many vessels plying the coast linking the towns and cities. Mumsie had a "blondie" and asked where the cruise ships docked - completely forgetting that it is a land locked fresh water lake! ...
... the Home of the Future. Peshtigo St is named after the town in Wisconsin, Peshtigo, which burned down in 1 day on the same day the Chicago fire started. Twinkies, cheese Wiz and zippers were invented in Chicago. The Chicago Spire is going to be the tallest building in Western Hemisphere when it is built. In 1900, the flow of the Chicago river was reversed to make water useable for drinking. The original language in Chicago was ...
... opened high-end Italian food market in Ohio St (diagonally opposite Bloomingdales department store) called Eataly. Eataly was founded nearly ten years ago and comprises a number of stores globally. Most are in Italy, but there is one in New York City and one in Tokyo; the Chicago store opened in December. Each store comprises a variety of restaurants (there are 23 in the Chicago store), food and beverage stations, bakery, gelato and retail items. Max and Sarah have been ...
... foody type places, but do not under estimate their power! A roast beef baguette for lunch is awesome anyway, but when it’s double dipped like Susie’s was, that’s just insane. Double dipped being as it sounds, dipped back in all the juices, so to be soggy, ummmm.
Now the drinking. As well as a couple of nice cocktails atop the Jackson Tower, we headed out for a few drinks in Wicker Park. In the ‘Saloon Bar’ we managed to get talking ...
... were there. Also we have nothing like the freezing conditions that homeless people would experience in North America: Chicago would be a terrible place to be homeless at this time of year...
I know it is complicated, but it is unsettling as an Aussie to see so many people asking for change in what is obviously a very prosperous region of the USA. A bit like our earlier adventure trying to find my old apartment, this ...