Staybridge Suites Aurora/Naperville
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... Things for the First time. The first Skyscraper, the first elevator directly into an apartment (they had to get smarter than Al Capone!), the first city in the 19th century to make river frontage desirable (they cleaned ip the river), the first city to have desirable multi-use buildings with retail downstairs and up-market residential accommodation in the any floors above. We went up to the 66th floor of the John Hancock building and luckily got a table right next ...
... wrap, hitting breakfast and lunch
Lunch was served on the plane. Z and I didn't think it was that bad but M and C did not really care for it. I actually put it ahead of the meal we had at The Lane but that isn't saying anything. You had the option for either beef stew or a chicken masala/curry dish. At that point it was something to do while we waited to get home.
I hope everyone enjoyed our menus. We did.
The packing is done. Dog's at their cousins. Jane, Mishel and I have been so busy that our focus is just now turning to our trip. We have high hopes for a grand adventure together. We care excited about experiencing London, Florence and Rome, but can really use some relaxed family time as well. Here we go . ...
... off the train at Armitage station, and then had about a mile walk to reach the Lincoln Park Zoo, which is a small, free zoo in the middle of a park. The weather was lovely and the walk through some residential neighbourhoods was nice; there were lots of families with strollers out walking and the buildings were lush. I know I keep waffling on about the Chicago architecture, and I know it's boring, but we kept talking about it between ourselves as ...
... and Polish sausage. We ate a lot and drank a lot and somehow I got roped into dressing up as Santa Claus and giving out presents to Kelli’s nephews and nieces.
Later that night Kelli and I snuck downstairs to leave Reindeer footprints outside and eat the cookies her nephew had left out for Santa Claus.
Sunday 25th December 2011
Christmas Day was spent at Kelli’s house. Pat cooked ...