The Westin Chicago River North
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... than Edmonton's portaloos but there are 3 more days to go! ) Suddenly 2 hours had past and it was time to grease the legs and get the wetsuit on and join the 55 other 60-64 year old ladies wearing red hats and huddled in a pen . Graham was starting 5 minutes after me so I knew he would be catching me on the swim, so my plan was to stay out of trouble. Suddenly I was jumping in the water and swimming out to the starting line. The rest was just a blur, I probably didn't swim in a ...
After a decent night's rest, Ava and Mason decided a swim was in order. Ava figured the highlight of the entire 4 week experience out of country would be a swim at the Crown Plaza hotel. Following checkout, we made our way to the Mall of America, one of the largest, if not the largest mall in the USA. Mall parking attendants helped us to find a spot and as we got out of the vehicle, ...
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5:55 pm Acoustic Delta Trilogy: Black Willoughbys, Dan Phelps & Matt Hendricks
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... of the stadium and the history of the team that plays there, $20 is a fair price, especially when you have travelled from the other side of the world. Our tour guides are Genuine Chicago-ians (???) and of course they are MASSIVE Bears fans!! They lead the group out onto the field and nothing beats the view from down there, here I am standing on Soldier Field looking up at the seats imagining what it would be like on game day. The way the stadium is configured, it seats about ...
... me of those after theater places in New York. Lots of celebrity pics, loud, old, historic. Food was very good. I wish you could spend time looking at the pics and portraits and learning the history but finding hours when Miller's is not busy would be difficult. The Palmer House is very old and very historic. I am sure it's even haunted. The first Palmer House was destroyed in the Chicago Fire. The Empire ...