La Quinta Inn Chicago Schaumburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Place names read like part of a script from an old black and white western movie. They also sound like familiar products such as the San Miguel River, for example. There can be no mistaking Las Vegas off in the distance with its golden grid like layout evident in the patterns defined by the street lights. It's a well known destination that many aspire to visit and it regularly comes up in conversation when travel in the USA is discussed. "Have you ever visited Vegas" ...
It is a Bear! Well a Chicago Bear that is. Today we completed the American sports trifecta by catching our NFL game. Once again, Lilly played ticket purchasing game to perfection and we had great seats (cold seats -13 degrees - but at least it didn't rain). Firstly, the last couple of days were spent exploring Chicago - read Death Marches - and participating in a Prohibition tour. The tour ...
... and James was that most of the waiters wore Italian football (club) shirts. We had a fascinating evening, spotting shirts (genuine and rip off), teams, and players - and the food was very good too. Rounded off by the worlds most surreal loos, where the attendant (one each for men and woman) pumps soap into your hands and passes you a towel to dry them - weird, especially for Lucy ...
... bed was located!
4:30 sharp we leave for the President's reception and oh yeah we just happened to have organi\ed a silent auction so plse bring $$ -- the building is the Rookery - Chicago's first sky-scraper at 11 stories and built with an internal steel skeleton and therefore could 'grow' to 11 stories a beautiful
building with FLWright connection because he 'renovated' the original - and in 1930 his renovation
... had excellent players, but Germany had an altogether excellent team. And although Germany has won the World Cup on three prior occasions (1954, 1974, and 1990), this was their first win as a united nation and not as West Germany. This year is also the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall (some people reading this blog probably weren’t even born yet when that happened). A momentous occasion indeed! More blog updates to follow after allowing ample time for celebratory festivities!