Rosemont Hotel O'Hare
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... to make like a lot of passengers. Taxi to hotel took 40 mins and whilst entrance and lobby are grand the room is ok but a little tired. Good news is I get email to say my card was indeed in restaurant and is being forwarded to this hotel ( although unsure whether it will arrive in time). Head off for food and settle on nice Italian nearby. Tired and bed by 10 ( chicago time) . This is first day where we not managed to fit any activity in beyond ...
... yet another losing season….but somehow we have HOPE every year. As a true-blue cubs fan you have to keep believing! And when they are losing you DO NOT leave….I don’t care how bad it is…because afterall it’s very much like the game of life!
Spending the day here with my soul-sista Lynn was wonderful…brats, beers, peanuts and free ...
... time the machine wouldn't take my money fortunately a staff nearby who said 'buy at the next station' - but you know what I
did -- rode into town!! free - Start with Macy's to see the fabulous ceiling and Tiffany lamp - the lamp is small but the ceiling is wow! Even as a non-shopped I get a bit distracted by all on display and before I know it an hour has passed by -- time for $$ Bank of America nearby - and then the Palmer House Hotel - another ceiling to admire
... the shops I wandered back outside and continued up the street. Here I found the Old Chicago Water Tower. This was one of the few structure that survived the great Chicago fire of 1871. Lunch was next, I found a food court inside the Water Tower building and here I found a deep dish pizza place, so I ordered a individual sized spinach pizza. It was so yummy, half for lunch and half for dinner. It was a flaky crust that wasn't ...
... Chicago White Sox. Tonight my Sox took on American League (AL) Central rivals the Kansas City Royals. The night was very enjoyable and had a fantastic view and got talking to an American guy who thought I lived in Chicago. Unfortunately, the result didn't go our way (we lost 5-1) but the fireworks at the end were fantastic (every cloud!!!). So it was back on the 'L' and back to the hotel to get some tea before hitting the hay before starting on tomorrow's sightseeing.