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Hyatt Regency Chicago: Bedtime

Hyatt Regency Chicago Hotel Review is part of the Punxsutawney TPOL Trip Report, where TPOL leaves the basement and outflanks COVID, at least for now.


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Getting There:

If you’re arriving from O’Hare take the Blue Line to Millenium Station and walk.


I was sad to leave Narnia, aka Madison (see Guns & Butter: Madison, Wisconsin Travel Guide). It didn’t take long to realize I wasn’t in the magical land of Wisconsin anymore. The disarming kindness was replaced by the terrible traffic, blaring horns, and dense development of Chicago. a river with a bridge over a city

Dead tired from drinking and playing football (see Old School Partying & Michigan v. Wisconsin: Formerly Camp Randall Stadium Review ), I checked into the Hyatt Regency Chicago.

Location

The Hyatt Regency is right on the river, close to everything a tourist might want to see or do. I didn’t want to do anything but sleep.a city with trees and water a river with a city skyline and boats

Room

A Hyatt Regency king-size bed is what is required for a binge weekend recovery.a bed with pillows and a door

Shower

The shower did not have sufficient water pressure which is the second prerequisite for recovery.a shower curtain in a bathroom a shower with a shelf and bottles of shampoo a bathroom with a mirror and sink

AC

A crispy room is the third prerequisite for recovery.

View

After a solid 12 hours of sleep, I was able to enjoy the view of the city.a city with a body of watera river with boats in it

Wi-Fi

The fourth prerequisite for recovery is good wifi to keep up with as little work as possible.

Gym

The fifth prerequisite for mental recovery is a solid gym.  I did not make use of the gym on site. Instead, I am testing my new approach to travel fitness, Auster bands.a door with a red strap on it

Breakfast

The final prerequisite for recovery is a good breakfast. Unfortunately, I ran out of time for this and have no comment.

Overall

Rested and recovered, it was time to go to Madrid.

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