SpringHill Suites By Marriott Chicago Naperville / Warrenville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I found a Mexica restaurant and Mikaela went off to find something more to her liking. It started to rain on our walk back to the hotel and is still a bit windy.
A long day of travelling again tomorrow. We leave the hotel at 8:30am via a private taxi then it's plane, bus into Toronto, kill a couple of hours then another bus to Kingston. Due there at 8:30pm where Mathew and Michelle will pick us up. Looking forward to a day doing nothing on ...
... original flight back an hour - Wendy had the updated itinerary while Yvonne had a copy of the original as booked in the middle of the year). When all this was eventually sorted, we were issued our boarding passes all the way through to Melbourne, with only the obstacle of a security clearance between us and the departure lounge. Another wait ensued as we twisted and turned through the maze created by those spring-loaded, pull-out barriers they used to channel people ...
... going to walk across them without any harness and the second walk was a shorter one but blindfolded! Madness!! I had to see it with my own eyes to believe it. We saw online it was starting at 6pm so rushed down just before to get a good spot. Not a lot happened for over an hour and we were standing in the freezing cold. We met a journalist who interviewed Jonty and Theresa. She said that the Discovery channel had a 2.5 hour slot so we knew it ...
... and Miguel Angel live with. Their family owns a beautiful old house in the middle of town and they had a guest bedroom that we could use. We parked the car and gathered up our luggage to prepare for the walk up to the house, which is set on the side of a hill that overlooks the rest of the city. We climbed the wide staircase up to find a narrow house, tucked in among a wall of other houses and shops.
Mario and Alicia's house is built around a ...
... sky started to cloud over and we were worried it was going to rain. It was spitting as we walked to Navy Pier which was as expected a bit of a tourist trap with chains of restaurants, rides and boat excursions. Luckily the rain stopped after 5minutes and we walked to the end and saw the U.S.S. Chicago anchor which was from the third warship named after the city of Chicago which saw service in Vietnam and received the Navy Unit ...