Residence Inn Chicago Naperville / Warrenville
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... event I have been too. No one took it to seriously and there was constant chanting all night.
Monday morning went to the aquarium, apparently the biggest in the world according to Chicago. Saw some small whales, sea lion and dolphins performing, a 4D show and some small sharks. Had a wonder around the other exhibits and actually saw some interesting fish. And yes I did find Nemo. We then wondered around the city a bit more ...
... some corny Christmas jokes which Sarah and Wendy wrote onto sticky notes and posted into the crackers. They included the following (not very funny, but cracker jokes never seem to be):
Who hides in the bakery at Christmas? A mince spy.
What do you get if you eat Christmas decorations? Tinselitis.
What nationality is Father Christmas? North Polish.
Why does Santa have 3 gardens? So he can hoe, hoe, ...
... at all, it’s a must see city so you should get yourself here. It’s been a pleasant surprise for both of us and is definitely up towards the top of the list for our favourite cities in the world.
If you recall, we went to the Clark Street Ale House a couple of days back only to find it closed. We rang ahead this time to find it was very much open so we made our way over. It’s only a 15 minute walk from the hotel along some very pretty ...
... We managed to find the start of Route 66, disappointingly just a random sign in the street, there was no other evidence of its existence. Then we headed towards Millenium Park. On the way a guy was balled over by Stacey despite her hungoverness and after establishing he had no chance we set out again. Millenium Park was fun especially the 'Bean'. We got very snap happy and got some shots with the reflection of the Chicago skyline in. ...
... hour flight ahead of me but so excited for what’s to come over the next three and a half months. I want to take this time to say thank you to my family who made this all possible for me. I couldn’t have done this without your support. Thank you to all my friends for the encouragement and good advice. I hope my blog inspires you to take your own journey of a lifetime. So check in frequently and please post comments! I’d love to hear from all of you.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking