Motel 6 Chicago- Rolling Meadows
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Several vendors were selling Christmas ornaments and crafts. A few vendors were selling everything from nuts to pretzels. One very popular vendor offered warm wine in small ceramic keepsake mugs. We waded through the crowd to get our wine. It was quite good. Near the entry to that vendor was a German band. They played several Christmas favorites while we stood and listened.
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... went back to the hotel, by this time my foot was killing me, because I couldn't take any anti-inflammatory drugs I had to put up with it. After we dropped off our groceries we headed off to the Museum of Science and Industry but we went by taxi as it was around 15 kilometres out. When we got there we explored the place, they had a wonderful model train track which was huge bigger than anything I have ever seen with a model if Chicago one end and mountains and fields the other end. ...
... lagged sleep we woke at 5:30 am ready for exploration.
Chicago is a very interesting place. The sky scrapers are the main attraction. The styles and materials have developed over the years providing an interesting timeline of fashion in architecture over the past 100+ years. We saw the city first via the architectural sight seeing cruise which was fantastic. A great introduction to the city.
Yesterday, the weather took a brisk change...now I know why it's called the Windy City! The doorman and I have our morning chats that usually results in me going back into the hotel to add another layer or two! My morning on Tuesday was spent at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. A massage and facial were the treatments of choice. With the therapist being overwhelmingly excited in meeting and treating a ...