O'Hare Inn & Suites
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... through millennium park etc. We joined our tour group at 2 and were told quite a lot about the architecture of the city and other stories. One good tip we were told is to heads up to the top of the Hancock building where they have a bar, and as long as you buy something it's free to go up there! So despite it being a lot further away than the Sears tower we went there and saved ourselves about $20! We watched the sun setting while we were drinking our beer/cider and it was ...
... that Jess and I would have to bring more of the party to the tour :).
After meeting everyone we went down and had dinner at Timothy O'Tooles; the local pub. This wouldn't have been an issue, but being only 20 in a country where the legal age is 21, I was labelled by all the staff in the pub as 'that minor.' Congrats, now do you want my dinner order or not? Was fun talking about the different sports in America over dinner though ...
... A couple innings later his wife returned from getting ice cream and he turned around to offer me a mini bat since he had heard I was buying one at each stadium. It was a great gesture but I had already purchased my bat for this stadium. But a huge thank you to Jason and Sarah Earl for buying me a bat to make my Wrigley trip a memorable one. Other people around us visited about everything from my trip to Michael Jordan to Randy ...
... that I had to wait for the desk to open - only God knows at what time! - to find an answer
... plans were. Eventually, around 11 PM, I went back down to the lobby to try again, this time with success. After explaining our situation, new plans were made and I went up to our room to contact our car rental and accommodation. It's been a long day, and now that we've been able to contact all concerned, and made new arrangements, it's time for bed. Tomorrow, we'll explore downtown Chicago before boarding our train to Washington at 6:40 ...