Twelve Oaks at Northbrook
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... a taste of the water and confirmed it was fresh, although we later found out not particularly clean.
The first pretty grey day was exciting enough but even better a few days later when we had blazing sunshine which turns the water azure blue. We hired out the City Bikes - which are fabulously named 'DIVY' bikes and let you cycle all day, in half hour ...
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... park to visit the Bean sculpture and for Ellie and Alex to do some ice skating whilst Robyn and myself retired to the warmth of the cafe to have a hot apple cider, Robyn having a shot of whisky to warm the cockles. As we set off for the Sky Deck it started to snow and by the time we got there visibility was down to half a mile, we decided to save our money for the new years day and try again, the snow came down heavier and the wind picked up making the ...
... so we were well impressed!! Went to millennium park which was massive......this seems to be a theme in America and there was a big zumbathon on in the gardens. Walked down then to navy pier which was full of amusements and boat rides etc. headed to the Cheesecake Factory for lunch which was so Amy farrahfowler of me lol. Robert opted for the Oreo cheesecake which typical Robert wouldn't let me share so had to order ...
... lightning to the south, one of which I swear I saw hit a nearby marina.
Coming down again into the muggy air at ground level wasn't particularly pleasant, but we did promise ourselves to come back and eat at the Cheesecake Factory, located in a hollowed out area at the foot of the Hancock, or 'Big John' as it is apparently known. Drizzles of rain accompanied us home, making the air even more humid, but the odd flash of lightning was worth ...