Sleep Inn Tinley Park
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... then headed to a local salon for some mani pedis where we relaxed for hours with free wine and Sex in the City which they had playing, perfect way to spend a freezing afternoon.
We had a nice relaxing evening for our last night and prepared for our exciting next stop - NYC!
We nearly missed out flight to NYC, stuck in traffic for 2 hours caused us to arrive after boarding time. We ran into the terminal crossing our fingers ...
... and those of you that may not know what it is, it's basically a better Ross Dress for Less. So top name brands at very cheap prices. We figure that this is our best chance to get that jacket for master Charlie. As we head towards Marshalls I walk along having a look at the different sights the city has. Now Chicago just like London and San Francisco burnt down back in the day, so it's interesting (for me at least) to look at the businesses and residential buildings in the city and ...
... as there wasn't anything of real interest.
Back to the hotel and met up with Karl, Vicki and Julie who had also been out on the town. Off to the amazing corner supermarket to get dinner and wine, then retreated to the roof top pool to enjoy.
Julie was going to go out on the night tour but after waiting for over an hour, she gave up and came back.
Off tomorrow to the beginning of Route 66 and our slower journey back to LA.
We started the day with a nice hotel breakfast where we sat down at a table that was a foot too tall and the kids took so much food that it looked like they hadn't eaten for a week. We then left for a day of exploring the city on foot.
We began the day by exploring Millenium Park. I know this may come as a surprise, but we are not exactly the classic family picture of high society and culture, but the Chicago symphony was practicing at the brand ...
I don't really need to blog today, but I will anyway for the pure reason of delicious food. Woke up feeling terrible with no recollection of how I got home or in bed. Alex wakes up and also has no recollection of getting home Except that a large man had to come up to the room with him assumingly to get more money for the cab. We discuss the evening briefly and have a laugh then decide its food time. We go to a ...