Candlewood Suites Warrenville
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left our hotel around mid day and headed for the station. Once we checked in our luggage we went to the Metropolitan lounge and waited for our train. We boarded our train at 2.30 and left Chicago around 3pm. We have a 2438 miles or 3923.6 kilometres to travel , our room is small and sitting this close with John is going to be interest, it is even closer than the Motorhome. We have passed through several small towns and we are in farming country with corn fields ...
We had a great day today, We thought it would be a struggle trying to see everything but the best choice we made was to take a Chicago River Tour. Although at first $35 per person for a 75 minute tour seemed a little on the high side for a tight Scotsman like myself, it was worth every cent.
The tour guide provided us with an extensive history of the Chicago and in particular the architecture along the Chicago River on which the new city was built ...
... returned to the store from which they had been purchased. Returned goods seem to be accepted much more readily here than back in Australia - the stools were not faulty, merely didn't match the decor as M & S had hoped they would; they were taken back without any issues. Max, the barstools and I waited in the lobby while Sarah and her mum walked the short distance to where the car was waiting and drove it back to us. Max and Sarah have determined that when they ...
... Tampa. The captain made an announcement that no planes were able to leave their Chicago gates because the fuel trucks has broken down from the extreme cold, and the planes` fuel lines were frozen to the point that no plane could take off because of a lack of fuel. No landing planes could get to their gates and so we just sat hour after hour after hour with anxiety wondering if our connecting flight would be leaving without us. Finally, we were able to get to our gate, ...
... tried this "Escape the Room" problem solving challenge thing that was pretty amazing. It was also 50-cent beer night at one of the basement bars, so we spent most of the night there, singing karaoke and playing foosball. Two of the other guys, Joel and Andres, made a few quick excursions to a few other bars before eventually heading home. It was a late night. I spent the next day ...