Candlewood Suites Chicago O'Hare
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCandlewood Suites Chicago O'Hare Schiller Park
I chose this hotel as I had several Priority Points that I wanted to use. It was cheap and near the airport, which meant it was far from downtown. However, they had a shuttle van that would take guests to the train station at the airport, so that worked out.
The staff was very friendly and always helpful with our questions.
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We spent the majority of today at the airport almost 10 hrs. Tracy was able to find someone on our trip that could give shots! Yeah, that saved her a lot of pain if I had of done it. We met Dr. Anderson and I am very impressed, such a great man with a heart for evangelism! Already witnessed to a family on the train going to our terminal. Getting ready for our 13 hr flight to Amman, ...
Had a very ordinary breakfast and then decided to move into the city proper to a motel Katie (I can Google anything) had found for us online - a Best Western Hotel, it has free parking and is in a good location but as with all city accommodation it is a bit more expensive! The Country Inn and Suites O'Hare has been the worst of all the places we have stayed so far - so I guess on average we were due a bad one. We packed the car, programmed the GPS and set off ...
... with little tables and chairs and it was really cool to see. Ghery's structure was illuminated with blue and mauve lighting as opposed to red on a previous night.Walking round a few blocks we passed the giant Picasso, a very large Miro sculpture and a marvellous Dubuffet, another splendid Art Deco foyer which we entered, an illuminated wall of various coloured, changing light panels and as night fell, gloriously illuminated buildings- the illuminated silver ...
... down the Magnificent Mile where shoppers would be in heaven. I was taken by Marina City tower blocks at the southern end of the mile. I scoured the downtown loop looking for a restaurant for diner which had to be Italian - it is Chicago after all! I found Pizano's and had a deep dish pizza, Chicago style. I then hopped back on the Blue Line to take some well earned ...
... end boutiques and hotels. Went into Nordstroms, but it was a bit flash for us, so we used the toilets and went back out to the cold.
Went to the movies and saw The Book Thief, one of the best films we've seen for a long time,
(despite having Geoffrey Rush in it.) The theatre was crowded, and I was seated next to a consumptive, so I suppose my cold will come back. It was bitingly cold waiting for the bus after a few hours in ...