Red Roof Inn Chicago Hoffman Estates
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... find a taxi out to the Lincoln Park area, about 3 miles north of the city centre. The taxi driver was completely mad. When we first got in he complained at another taxi driver who had tooted a car that obviously didn't know where they were going, he said " Hey, don't keep using your horn, some people are strangers here and we don't want to scare them". Within 5 minutes we were in heavy traffic and he was hooting, and flashing his lights at any body who got ...
... um, IVAN...the lady is talking to you'. Ryan was super embarrassed but didn't think we had heard, but I did :) Anyway, the age-old story of dad confusing the barista goes like this this time; Barista: 'what would you like me to make for you sir?' Dad: 'a tea please' Barista: 'what kind of iced tea would you like?' Dad: (blank) Me: 'oh no he means hot tea, sorry' Barista: 'oh ok, what kind of hot tea would you like?' Dad: 'a big one please' Barista: (blank) Me: ...
... Muji for toilettes and this super light down coat from Uniqlo that rolls into a nifty ball. I am impressed by how much cool stuff there is out there for travellers trying to travel light. Amazon has been a great help to research products and also blogs like this that give ideas on what to pack... Day 1 of my travels was pretty much getting into Asia via Hong Kong. I worked in Hong Kong many times so this was a perfect stop over since I would catch up ...
... influences of van der Rohe. (I am working on my next career if Jim needs a guest speaker at Mosley.)
Beers at a cafe outside of Jeff and Malia's place, then a jazz club for dinner tonight.
Off to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow in Cleveland, and then visiting our Goddaughter Teri, Ryan and Ronan.
Welcome back to the 'Food from afar' section, today we will be advising you on, nice eats that we’ve had, and that you should if you ever visit Chicago.
Who doesn’t like pizza? Well you will like Lou Malnati’s, we had it twice it’s that good. The massive thick base flows round the edge of the pizza encasing the divine, soft mountainous choice of filling, naturally ours’ being meat heavy.
Not often do we treat ourselves ...