The Beadle Residences at Hyde Park
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... a few hours in a bar and shops! ;-) I'm sure Jon had planned this though as the bar we ended up in just happened to be showing the England v Switzerland game! During our days here we have walked miles! We went over to see Millenium Park, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Zoo, Navy Pier and up The John Hancock Tower for cocktails. The views up there were amazing. We also ...
... than the Aussies – so we found a restaurant in a nearby multi storey which had a pizzeria. I had a Margarita – love the simplicity of just tomato cheese and basil, while Craig had 'the Don’ – fitting for Chicago and it had all the meaty stuff. It was delish but I only managed to finish as I left all the crusts!
And so back to the hotel – needed heating tonight instead of aircon! It had been another big day in the life of the ...
... s very much like a taxi service without all the hassles of taxis. Uber's motto is that it's "Everyone's private driver"). We were at Lou Malnati's in no time, and things kept working in our favor just as they had on the drive into town. The place was not busy yet and were able to grab a table by the window, but it quickly filled up about 20 min after we got there. We had the most divine pizza experience of our lives at Lou Malnati's. We ordered "The Lou", which is a deep dish ...
... The 7th inning stretch sing along was fun, fun.
After this, the Cubs were ahead, so we decided to head back to avoid the crowds on the subway... As we are riding, I found online that the game was tied and the were going into extra innings! After we got back to the apartment, we turned on the tv to find them still playing. The Cubs ended up winning in 11 innings.
Dinner was take out Lou M's ...
... anymore. The Old Route 66 is not up-to scratch for long distance driving, but it is where all the Road side attractions are. So it is best to drive on the I-55/I-40 and then stop off at each attraction. Just make sure you do a bit of research before you go as you cannot see the attractions from the highway you need a sat-Nav or fantastic map reading skills. ...