Residence Inn Chicago Midway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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Day 1 in Chicago, and we have gotten off to a flyer.
After watching the Chicago Blackhawks winning game one of the Stanley Cup finals just after arriving in Chicago, we headed off to bed before waking up at 3am thinking we'd slept in or something. Janene decided to send the kids a message or two on Viber before calling them and we chatted for a couple of hours before going back to sleep again at about 5am for another couple hours of sleep.
... and a CIA enhanced interrogation machine. After passing through two towns, climbing two mountain passes, burning 1.4k calories and covering 4.3 miles and nearly forty minutes in the saddle, Max (well, his leg muscles) had tired and the electro-stim bike went into cool-down mode. Having had a lower body workout, it was now time for Max to get an upper body workout by cranking the handle of the pasta rolling machine (or possibly another enhanced interrogation machine if ...
... that first step, that Opry crowd when they first hear Hank sing "Hey Good Looking" We strolled back down the truly jaw dropping Michigan Avenue, Art Deco sky scrapers, huge canyons of glass and steel and all the retail a right thinking woman could hope for. Look at the pics, I can't do its grandeur justice. 22.21 Really quiet night, back to Kitty's. Few beers and shepherds pie to eat. Mentally gearing myself up for an English ...
... I do have to say, was finding a personalised magnet with my name on it! I kid you not - this is the first time EVER that I've found anything like this. So of course I bought it :).
After walking around the pier and getting a few bits and pieces from the shops, Jess and I decided it was time to go back to the hotel and have a bit of a nap. This would be an easy thing to do, however Chicago, known as the Windy City, should ...
... but not overwhelming. It was well laid out, clean and not very busy. I'm not much of a gambler, so I played about 20 minutes, then would go see how Dolly was doing. Then play another 20 minutes and then find Dolly. After about an hour and a half, Dolly was down about $50 bucks (her limit) and we decided to take in the lunch buffet - which was very good. Me? I played on and off for about an hour and a half, was about $20 up, and I used when ...