La Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Tinley Park
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We were about
twenty minutes late getting into Chicago . . . but apparently, to make
up for being seated next to three hockey fans (a.k.a., morons), a Red
Cap was waiting just as we stepped from the train! That is not always
the case in Chicago (of which Carol has reminded me many a time!).
made our way to street level . . . and the weather was absolutely
gorgeous!! And, great for people watching . . . and ...
... their home town. You can also have free accommodation with some, but we’re only interested in meeting for a drink or meal. They’ve invited us for a drink in their 40th floor penthouse apartment. We hang around until it is time to go to our date, then head down to State to get a 29 bus, but can't find an applicable stop, so keep walking until we find one. See our bus turning in from a side street - we need to read the map more thoroughly. Our route takes ...
... night, but unfortunately we got there just as the line closed (we were about 2 minutes late and the attendant would not budge. Note to self - must improve our begging skills. Needless to say after all this we were exhausted, so we splashed out and caught a taxi back to the bus and slept solidly through the night, waking up in a park on the edge of Lake Erie. Noice. Lake Erie is part of the 'Great Lakes' system that share the border with Canada. It's so big ...
The ride to Chicago was interesting haha.... Ethan rode with me from the TL Reunion and we of course had a blast... sang obnoxiously loud to every Shinedown song on my iPod and reminisced a lot and blabbed on and on about both of our upcoming adventures!
A good way into the trip my co-pilot fell asleep and I rudely woke him as we were being pulled over.... NOT COOL. The speed limit was 70 ...
... not aloud to board the flight to Istanbul.
Hmmmm, now we are stuck in Chicago, and the next flight to Istanbul is
not until tomorrow evening...fun fun!! Thankfully, Hetal's (pharmacy
student) aunt and uncle live nearby and invited us into their home for
the evening. It was such a blessing to stay with them, such
Exceptional kindness and comfortable beds!! :-)
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center