Motel 6 Chicago West - Villa Park
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Maggie and I earned our evening drink tonight. I woke at about 6:00am after a good sleep, undisturbed by what was apparently a noisy thunderstorm around 3 hours earlier. Max had a conference call to take at the table in the living room at 7:30am and Sarah was off to her office not too long after that, so Maggie and I were up and about for showers and breakfast at a reasonably early hour. We spent most of the morning packing household items into cardboard boxes, interrupting ...
... but heck, unintentionally we did on this day. Stumbling on the menu base named ‘Eggsperience’ we couldn’t have been happier. Cheap, cheerful and huge is how to best explain this place and is where you should go if one requires a more substantial breakfast. Matt cracked a couple of jokes, questionable, as the waiter served us; have an eggcellent day, being ready for an eggsperience, etc, etc….. He was not amused.
Al’s Beef is a chain ...
... is based on a novel of the very same name by Joyce Maynard.
Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin have dedicated to star as a shed, lonesome mother and an escaped sentenced murderer that takes sanctuary with her and her youthful child in Jason Reitman's adjustment of Labor Day. The film will certainly be helmed by Oscar-nominated supervisor, Jason ...
... cheaper than the observatory. We had a tea for 5 USD each. There is also a way not to pay at all if you're a woman ;) Before the entrance to the bar there are restrooms and the female one has the same stunning view as the bar. Unfortunately, men don't have this privilege :-)
All in all, in exception of the weather, I really enjoyed Chicago and could totally imagine myself living there for a while :-)
... Paris' Musée D'Orsay. We left our apartment a little after 9:30am, knowing the Art Institute did not open for another hour but feeling confident we could fill in the time until then. The first stop therefore, perhaps not surprisingly, was for a coffee; the second was at a travel goods store. We then walked beyond the Art Institute to the Buckingham Fountain - constructed in 1927, it is a Chicago landmark but until this morning I had never seen it flowing, as ...