Candlewood Suites Warrenville
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... and most enjoyable two weeks with Sarah and Max. The journey to O'Hare airport was a little slow but uneventful, possibly delayed by people being cautious driving in wet and icy conditions. Given the road toll in the state, this is most unlikely and there was probably another reason for the slowness of the traffic. Check-in at the American Airlines counter was a protracted affair. Firstly we were directed to the self check-in kiosks for international passengers; after ...
... arty boards which were called "The World we want" and people could express in chalk their opinions and feelings on what would make the world a better place. Some were really sincere but some were just funny. We then went on an Architectural boat tour as Jonty had two free tickets. Chicago has some of America's tallest buildings and is famous for it's architecture. The Willis Tower is the second tallest building in the western hemisphere after ...
... that Carlo's cousin, Sandra, would pick us up at the airport, so when we arrived we were a little startled to find that she was not there. Thankfully it only took us a few minutes to figure out that she had sent her husband, Miguel Angel, in her place. Miguel Angel loaded our luggage into his car and we zoomed off to the nearby Guanajuato, where we would be staying.
As we entered Guanajuato, I couldn't help but notice that the pictures I had seen on ...
... explore the rest of the city before we had to catch our flight back to NY. We started by trying again to get up to the Signature Lounge of the Hancock Tower. This time we were in luck and walked straight into the lift to take us up to the 96th floor. The views of the city up there were amazing and we were so pleased we had managed to get up there before going back to NY. Unlike New York most of the buildings in Chicago are ...
... duty free store (best purchase of the trip). Now only 6 hrs left to wait.
We finally arrived in Liberia about 8:30pm. We were greeted at the gate by our drivers (Maleku Tours). Now only a 2.5 hr drive to jungle hotel...make that 3.5 in the dark. After a quick stop at the JUMBO grocery for beverages (mixers for the vodka) and snacks we were on our way. After a very bumpy, curvy long ass drive we finally arrived at 12:30am Tuesday...20 hrs after we started. Finally vacation can begin.