Staybridge Suites Chicago Oakbrook Terrace
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... an understatement. It can be said that the situation could have been worse without them but in our efforts to get the bagged up tree into the lift for the short journey to the ground floor, we burst the bags and deposited a trail of pine needles from the lift to the waste disposal room. Following lunch and a final juggling of excess items between the three travellers, we said our farewells and brought to an end a busy and most enjoyable two weeks with Sarah and Max. The journey to ...
This was a tour that was recommended to us by a friend from home, so we booked ourselves in. Great 2 hour tour around the city giving a history lesson on the gangsters Al Capone, Bugsy Malone, Elliot Ness and co. Really interesting tour and the guides throw in some fun as well - great fun. After this we intended on going to Wrigley Field to try and catch a tour. Grabbed a bite to eat for lunch as we had "plenty" of time, only to realize I had read the timetable wrong and ...
... way. After a bit of architectural education at the river mouth (Trump Tower dominating proceedings), we trundled out towards the lakefront before turning for home and the end of our tour.
So much excitement needs a little chill-out time afterwards so we figured it was time for lunch. We went via The Bean, formally titled Cloud Gate but nicknamed due to its resemblance to, well, a bean! Designed by Anish Kapoor, it consists of ...
... leg and quelle horreur- wearing open toed sandals.
So Zac, our new best friend, takes Graham up to the hallowed ground and I stay with the security folk, planning the next move.
It appeared that there was a nice tall building nearby with a viewing floor and one of these glass ledges you can hang out on for a minute or two. It was worth the wait to see Graham white-knuckle for his turn on the ledge! I think they are still trying to ...
... that in his pocket, $32 to be exact. He was a very clever salesman, however, and lived by the philosophy that customers liked to feel they were getting a "little something for nothing". As sales incentive he offered premiums, one of which was baking powder. This proved to more popular than the soap, so he switched to the baking powder business. In 1892 he had the idea of offering two packets of gum with each can of baking powder, and the customers, pardon the pun, ate it up, ...