Red Roof Inn Chicago Naperville
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... mix with salad) a large entree with all the normal christmas trimmings and a plate of desserts (photo attached for typical arrangement); but then we were full. We had eaten all we could, The meal had taken a good couple of hours and had included about 3 refills of our champagne but in that same time our neighbouring table had managed to down at least double the food quantity. They weren't even the big sort of Americans - they were normal size.
We waddled ...
... all, I think we did a pretty good job of seeing what Chicago has to offer, even viewing the local Lake Michigan Lighthouse, where they required an entrance fee to walk on the beach. We decided we could get a better view of the lighthouse elsewhere. We found it interesting that you have to pay to utilize a small beach, but the State Parks are open to one and all. We spent the next day just relaxing our poor worn out feet and enjoying watching the weather come in over Lake Michigan.
On the 22 of June i turned older, but not unnoticed...
Our daily changing menu had a 'birthday cover' regular costumers came bye to whise me a great day and even brought me cards and cake! So nice!
And my coworkers gave me a 'rat-certificate', so when there is time we going to pick out a pet-rat for me.....
As a b'd present to myself and also to pick up my new visa (now allowed to stay to May 12th 2012) i went ...
There was a crazy old lady behind them who was just crazy.
And the piece de resistance, the king of weird; some "rock star" who insisted on saying random stuff every time he walked past us (but the things he said were not directed at us, or anyone, including gems such as "have you ever worn a kilt" "Ozzy Ozbourne is in the next carrage" and who could forget "I just killed Dracula, we are on our way to Transylvania".
Well done you weird, weird people. ...
... here we were three years later on a holiday weekend unable to get in a restaurant. In the end it was back to the Italian restaurant beneath our hotel where we ordered two ten inch pizza pies to takeaway. It was just as well we did take away because if it was £30 to eat two pizzas in my own room I dread to think what it would've cost in the restaurant.
The pizza's themselves tasted sensational as Amy tucked in a broccoli supreme and I had the spinach supreme with ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed