Staybridge Suites Aurora/Naperville
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After naps for everyone except Big D (though he played quietly enough), we headed downtown for some dinner. To do this, we hiked a mile from the Hyatt to the Rosemont Blue Line station, about 3/4 of which D was able to walk/run on his own. Our trip on the "El" was the first public transit train that the kids are able to remember, so as you can imagine, the ride itself was SO EXCITING. Although, if you know Chicago, you know that ...
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... and a half in my stomach. The rich sauce, crispy and fluffy pastry and the salty salami were just all too much, and like all good things, they must be enjoyed in moderation. After a traditional Chicago dinner we jumped back on the train and headed back to the flat. After a hectic day before, some sleep deprivation and a long day today with lots of walking, we were itching to get to bed. Tomorrow was our last full day in Chicago and if today was anything to go by, we were going to have a busy and AMAZING ...
Sad day - we are dropping the bikes off after riding 4,144 miles ( 6,669.12 kilometres). As we had to drop the bikes off miles from nowhere and we didn't want to carry out bike gear with us we gave in and rode the American way: no helmet, shorts, runners (sorry Ken). It did feel rather liberating to have the wind in my hair - not so good when I had to get the knots it later though. A ...
... because the one I brought was way too small. "You're gonna have to break your bike into a million pieces if you want it to fit in there" they told me. I appreciated it, since normally Amtrak charges $15 for their boxes. I met my friend PJ and we boarded the train and are now on our way to New York City. I felt naked walking to the train without my bike. Hopefully Betsy made it onto the train and makes it to the big apple in one ...