Days Inn Naperville
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... it let loose. We made it. We were at the desk checking in when the lightning started flashing, thunder rolling and rain poured down. I stepped outside to get something from the car and saw rain water coming off the hotel roof like a waterfall. We did some wash; ate dinner at the Chinese Restaurant next to the hotel; and called it a night. Mary's Version: Pretty much what Greg ...
... pork roll and we also got some donuts on the way out. Not the healthiest dinner but it was very satisfying.
We spent a couple of hours walking around enjoying the atmosphere before getting a cab back to our room. We desperately needed to do some washing otherwise neither of us would of had underwear to wear the next day. It had been a long day by the time we finished up so we hit the hay with a day of exploring Chicago tomorrow.
B & L ...
... t sure if we'd be out in time for the hockey. Add to that how we had travelled overnight on a train and were desperate need of a shower, we changed our minds. Had I not had hockey tickets, I might've been tempted for tonight ;O)
Before returning to the Hard Rock to check-in and grab a much needed shower before tonight, we took a walk around Millennium Park. We had muchos fun with the 'Bean', and the raccoon dog statues (see ...
... the bars had college football flags hanging outside, proclaiming them the place to be to watch whatever your favorite Big 10 team happened to be. We even saw an Oregon flag flying (as the only representative outside the Big 10 and Northern Illinois). Tailgating Rating - NA (Bar Hopping Rating - 10/10)
The Game - As stated earlier, we arrived at the bottom of the 1st inning, and we were immediately treated to ...
The day started out as overcast but the sun eventually won out. The weather was still mild so jeans and a t-shirt it was today. Being a Sunday most things are closed downtown so I decided to head out and discover without the hoards of people that crowd the streets during the week.
I headed towards the lake and was met by every man and his dog! So this is where they all go! I walk into Millennium Park to get a look at "The Bean" and am surprised with how big it is. ...