Chicago Marriott Suites O'Hare
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
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... to our room. We had loved Chicago with its lovely parks, beaches, buildings, fantastic weather and of course the big event, the World Championships. We have done so much in such a short time, we will be going home for a rest. The journey to the airport by bus and train was easy and we will soon be losing 6 hours of today and jumping into Tuesday. Goodbye Chicago it's been great visiting ...
... After about 3 whole minutes of seriously contemplating this I allow my feet to slide onto the ledge... I'm pretty sure my heart was beating out of my stomach... but it was so cool. And I wasn't the only terrified one, there were grown men on their knees just taking pictures from the inside and babies crying with fear when their mean older siblings forced them to stay out on the ledge. Haha it was a sight. We stayed until the sun started ...
Woke this morning to another glorious day of blue skies and sunshine. Was picked up by bus at 9am outside our hotel for a 4 hour tour of both North and South Chicago. The views of Lake Michigan as we drove up Lake Shore Drive is truly spectacular. This lake is so huge it is like looking at an ocean. Along the way we visited places such as Lincoln and Grant Parks. Made a 20 minute stop to look ...
... the game was delayed until 8:15 pm (a 2 hour delay) due to torrential rain and thunder. It's hard to believe but the evening turned out to be a perfect "first day of summer" baseball game. Wrigley Field is a time warp.....while there are a few "screens" around, the score board is old fashioned. Organ music played throughout the game. The ...
I am finally on my way home for a few days after completing a process that would drive nearly everyone insane. It was an absolutely trying experience and I only survived thanks to friends like Maneka, who saved my sanity.
This is going to be a short entry only because I do not want to be negative, but again, I give everyone credit who has to do on a regular basis what I had to go through getting my visa. Part was, of ...