Residence Inn Chicago Oak Brook
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
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It is a Bear! Well a Chicago Bear that is. Today we completed the American sports trifecta by catching our NFL game. Once again, Lilly played ticket purchasing game to perfection and we had great seats (cold seats -13 degrees - but at least it didn't rain). Firstly, the last couple of days were spent exploring Chicago - read Death Marches - and participating in a Prohibition tour. The tour ...
... none the less. The crack and its resulting "spiderweb" in the windshield grew from about the size of a dime when it first happened to well over a half dollar by the time we drove the remaining 80 miles to our hotel. For a while I feared we were going to lose the entire windshield on the road.
I must say, for once we were happy for one of the many commercials that seem to saturate the Florida ...
... just say I have that effect on a lot of women that are old enough to be my mother after I've had a few El Niño's... Funniest part is that Lorraine thinks I am talking to someone on FaceTime as she can't see the lady talking to me. She asks "who are you talking to" and I try to indicate that someone is sitting next to me. Thankfully, Kelly clears things up, and they call us to board which saves me from any further conversation. They did have a pretty ...
... here. There are not too many beggars here and for the most part they disarmingly ask for a dollar to help them buy a bottle of wine. The transport system works well although like other American cities it is unlike any other and so takes a little learning. The elevated railway system, home to many a movie car chase, makes an excellent tourist vehicle, allowing you to see so much more than any sightseeing bus or caleche. We found our handcrafted ...
... the ampitheatre. This would be great for outdoor concerts in the summer! We made our way around the Pavillion to the Chase Prominade which was busy with people setting up for the Colour Run which was taking place the next day. Following the promenade we found the center and the location of the 'Cloud Gate' aka 'The Bean'. What a cool piece of artwork... beats our cactus thats for sure! Finally we made our way to the 'Crown Fountain'. The fountain is a ...