Renaissance Chicago North Shore Hotel
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... flight gets us to Chicago in time for rush hour so it is good advice from Mark to simply take the blue line train to the city. From the train we can see the traffic stalled in both directions. We have a simple walk from the station to our hotel in the tall black building across the road from the Trum(p) Tower. Local joke there.
The Langham is luxurious and our room is well away from the lifts which is not a good thing if you are wheeling a ...
We packed up wet tents today after it had rained all night and headed towards the Windy City (chicago). We had another huge drive day ahead of us so we did the best we could to get it done quickly. Once again the drive wasn't super exciting and the scenery kind of reminded me of home but besides that nothing too noteworthy. Lunch was at another little rest stop which the building was identical to the one we visited yesterday. ...
... never mix my drinks. Beer, gin, whiskey and rum really don't bode well for the next day. So we spent the day chilling out at the flat, plus our plans to go down to the lake went out the window as soon as we saw it was pouring with rain outside. Went to the cinema that night to see runner runner, but it's nothing to shout about. Slightly disappointing. Friday we went down to the navy pier by Lake Michigan and to the library to print our tickets for the basketball and walked back ...
... i think you need to be 80 years old here to qualify. Our particular usher spent the whole game reaching for peanuts out of his fanny pack (Don't be alarmed my English friends it's a bum bag) while keeping his eyes fixed on the game.We have signed Leslie's Dad up for a job here, as i believe this will be his dream position, sudden movements and remembering that you are supposed to be controlling the crowd is not required.
This was a long day! I woke up at 2:30 am because I was excited about our upcoming adventure, making sure I packed everything, etc. Jim, Kevin, and Erin took us to the Madison Airport at 11 am, where we boarded at 1 pm. Quick flight to Chicago (yes Mom & Dad - we looked for your house, but Iīm we couldnīt find it...) and then boarded the Iberia plane to Madrid at 4 pm.
We were in the middle seats (2 seats on the left, 4 seats in ...