La Quinta Inn Chicago Oakbrook Terrace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and giggling. Our summer jackets were not ready for this! After the night it even dropped to 4 degrees Celsius...This was winter.
There was much more, but in short, Chicago is such a great city! And luckily the weather warmed up again: yay for Spring!
Now for the second cause of excitement: I have inherited a room from a former-housemate (thanks Karl!) that is the colour of cheap ...
We moseyed down via The Bean (more on that later) and Chicago seemed rather sleepy. The Chicago Segway Tours office was a curious little burrow in the basement of a car park, but they were very welcoming to us and the eight others that joined our group. After a rather comedic safety video which involved a stick-man falling off a Segway in a multitude of creative and (unintentionally) hilarious ways, we were off for ...
... with me) and the mint scented showers.
Greedily I decided to try to do some laps of the pool, but the visibility was so poor it was like swimming in milk. Failed to do the regulation 30 and dashed back to prepare for a day out.
Breakfasted at an egg joint after getting my way with purchases of two types of dried cherries, choc- dipped pomegranate seeds and trail mix to sustain us in the wilds of Peru.
Thus fortified (I ...
... wasn't our wisest move, however we patiently waited for a full 1hr 20 so get to the front of the desk. We had a minor heart attack when we got to the front desk to find out that standard admission was $36, luckily for us Shedd like veterans, and their ladies, and give them free super duper access all areas admission giving us our first free pass since getting to the US.
Inside the Shedd there were an awful lot of fish, some very ...
... style of window that has one large one in the middle, and a smaller one on each side. This is known as Chicago style. After thanking our tour guide, who was off to do the same thing again another four times that day, we went back to Navy Pier and explored it to the very end. Windy weather whipped flags, and people's clothing, into a frenzy at the tip of the pier, not a day to be wearing a dress, that's for sure! It was getting a bit cold too, so we walked back down ...