Staybridge Suites Chicago Oakbrook Terrace
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... we have noticed once more. In every major city there are numerous street beggars, probably sleeping under bridges or on park benches. They all come up to you with their particular brand of hard luck story wanting a dollar or two. Maybe the numbers of these people is a direct result of the lack of satisfactory welfare systems in the U.S.A. We don't their stories so will try not to judge them too harshly. Just ...
... so this 'guilty until innocent' charade did little other than to make me hate America and everything it stands for just a little bit more.... Not that I was going to let this spoil the opportunity to Supersize my travels!
Approximately ten hours after leaving the balmy twenty six degree heat of Kingston I touched down in Chicago where the temperature was MINUS ELEVEN degrees. Happily there was no immigration to deal with and all I had to do was get my bag before ...
... Martini that I felt welcomed and back home. Coming back to Office: It was another huge weird experience coming to office. The office space had changed. There were humanoid robotic computers floating all around. A sci-if lab. It looked like a dream where my coworkers were working as scientist and got nerdier. I did not know what to accept and how to adapt. Bunch of them hugged me and exclaimed - ...
... did feel like we were actually making progress.
Due to a rain out the night before the White Sox had a double header, and we started the day thinking we might be able to see both games. We eventually hoped we would be on time for our own. Finally made it to our lodging, which was a great airbnb. Parked the car, and took the blue line. I had purchased the Ventra cards online for a 3 ...
... do might be do one in the day and one at night to see Chicago. Personally, the edge would have to go to the Skydeck at the Willis (Sears) Tower. Because it's slightly further out, you can actually see the other buildings that make up Chicago's famous skyline, they also have a better gift shop and it's more of a thrill to stand 1000 ft over the edge in a box with a clear bottom. Hancock wins the points for better lake views though.
Next stop, we ...