Chicago Marriott at Medical District/UIC
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We went to Chicago to visit Grandmom. We stayed at a nearby hotel for ease and comfort. She stayed with us and got an adjoining room. Fun! Fun!
Waking up in our heavenly bed this morning made it very hard to actually get up and start the day. However, after a couple minutes of whining and groaning, I got up and got ready to face the day. We had spotted an Einstein Bagels (they're the same as Noah’s Bagels) the night before, so before checking out of our hotel we ran over to get a …
... can definitely say that we see the buildings in a new light. Perth could take some serious lessons from this place. The amount of money and importance they place on art, architecture and innovation here is phenomenal. After the tour and a bit more wondering around, we came back to the hostel to get ready for our Chicago Cubs baseball game! The game was held in Wrigley stadium, which is celebrating its centennial year. What a fantastic night!! We thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... the rusted tracks and next to that, there is a, guess what, a Starbucks!!! Yes, even in Bucktown people drink Starbucks. I can only be thankful for that since it mostly ensures me free wifi access. So, yayyy to that!
By now my feet are very tired and I have to go home to rest again. When I get to my room however, my boredom is only short lived as I soon get a new roommate: ‘Hi, I’m Vic, nice to meet you! Where are you from?’ ...
Finally back in the States! Customs isn't terrible but expect to wait in line. I rode the train another terminal and began the 4 hour wait. Chicago O'Hare is an older airport but there is plenty to see and do. I enjoy people watching at airport because you see all types of people. Its like the DMV. There ...
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