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Today we travelled from Indiana by train to Chicago.
The South Bend Inn of Court thoroughly spoiled us- we had an amazing time there. We are now being thoroughly spoilt by the Chicago Inn of Court.
We got very lost walking from Millenium train station to our lodgings - the Union League Club. A VERY majestic private members club. …
... going to be a logistical nightmare with 2 bikes going via Chicago. Our pick up man informed us that he had picked up Louise Minchim's bike and there it was in the room with ours . Just as we were assembling the bikes there was knock on the door someone else had come to assemble their bike. " hello I'm Louise Minchim" and in she came with her family to assemble her bike , well, like me with a bit of help from her husband. She ...
We were up at 7.30am so Darryl and I had some breakfast and then headed out for a walk and see if the Buckingham fountain was running, but it was a bit too early. We went back to the hotel and met up with the rest, who were having breakfast.
After, we all went for a walk to the fountain, which by this stage was running. Beautiful shot with Chicago city ...
... security guards. They seemed to me to be calm and methodical, which set the tone. The only security issue we encountered was at the Beijing airport, where all batteries in carry-on bags were required to be examined, and some even confiscated. We were told this was because the Chinese air personnel believe that the recent Asian air disasters were caused by batteries catching fire in the cargo hold or passenger area. Hmmm.
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... then meandered our way back towards the hotel – stopping off at the Disneyworld shop – a couple of surprises for the American grandsons, then Macey’s – a Guess handbag at half price for me!
On our travels on the Ho Ho we’d spotted a Target – much more affordable shopping than on the Magnificent Mile. We decided we’d head back to the hotel – ditch our current purchases and grab a cab ...