TownePlace Suites Chicago Naperville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Most people have a tale or two related to the frustrations of waiting for a tradesperson to arrive to repair a broken appliance or whatever. Today we had that frustration in spades - a fridge and a dining table to be delivered (two different suppliers), the existing fridge to be inspected (and hopefully purchased and removed), and the building's maintenance officer to fix a sticky sliding door to the balcony. We had plans to visit a Farmers' Market near the zoo in Lincoln Park; ...
... a little on the pricey side but absolutely delicious :), picked up the bags and headed for the train for our overnighter to Buffalo and Niagara. Summations of Chicago - LOVE LOVE LOVE it - will definitely be a come back to place. The architecture, food, culture and just vibe of the city were great. Andrew reckons it was just the snow - but the last two days most of that had melted and I still loved it. WOuld love to come back in summer/spring :) Add it to you list everyone ...
... duty U.S. soldier (all the original members of the Corps were soldiers and employed by the Army) to die west of the Mississippi River. The story of the building of the monument is pretty interesting, and you can read about it here.
The weather was miserable, and I had a lot of driving to do, so Sgt. Floyd only got a few minutes of my time in the morning before it was back in the car to drive across ...
... city, by ensuring the district elders make an effort to live up to the phrase. We finished looking through the museum at about 2:30pm, then headed back to the downstairs café for lunch of a panini/toasted sandwich. Walked back down State Parkway where the filming was wrapping up for the day; we discovered that the location shoot was actually for a television series to be screened next year - look out for Crisis, directed by Aussie Philip ...
... deck. However, even though the beef and shrimp were great, what really stood out was the desert of Monster Bar - a delicious cookie-slash-brownie topped with Oreos and M&Ms, and perhaps the most calorific thing in existence. Obviously it was to die for. I feel like Laura cottoned on to something with this food malarkey - I could definitely spend 7 weeks investigating American cuisine. Earlier that day I'd indulged in a culturally inquisitive big mac, and ...