Chicago Marriott Suites Deerfield
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... I were interested I that stuff, would no doubt be impressed. Certainly their museums and exhibitions in Chicago are huge and you really do need plenty of time to explore. Next stop, back to Navy Pier to do a Lake tour. So, back on the boat for a boat trip that take you out on the lake to loom back at the Chicago skyline. At sunrise with the sun coming out of the east behind you it would be spectacular. However, this ...
... family started selling candy back
in 1869 so candy has been in the blood for almost a century and a
half. So we did the 20 minute tour in a little squishy cart after
which they gave us each a sample bag and let us loose in the store.
It's quite large and it took us an hour to walk around while we
decided. They had samples of each of the flavours. Ben and 2 of the
kids tried sausage, I was roped into lawn clippings (thank you Kait
for telling me ...
... Jack’s son, show the descendants of the original subjects, holding the old photos. After the history museum I walked home via Lincoln Park Zoo which is free!
After a quick lunch at the flat, Annalissa and the girls arrived to pick me up; we were going to spend the afternoon at the Shedd Aquarium! Lissa had also hoped to get to the Planetarium too but time just ran out, still, we had a great time with Parker and Aria :)
Thursday evening the girls and I had booked ...
... Nathan slept for the 1st half of the drive. He says that he did not sleep until 2 am and woke up at 6 am. No wonder he had a headache in the car and fell asleep with no problem. We drove for about 2 1/2 hours before stopping for a break. Nathan work up and was feeling a lot better.
We arrived at the hotel around 11:30 am CST. The rooms were not ready and they told us to come back at 2 pm. ...
... Next stop was John Hancock building with a fabulous view over the whole city, Andrew was a little squeamish when he went close to the edge, but there was a glass window to stop you falling. The hosts on the bus told pus that the deep dish pizza was also a signature dish of the city and the place to go was Gino's East. So that was our stop for dinner - yes it was delicious, but I'm going to stick to thin ...