Country Inn & Suites Chicago O'Hare NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our first day we went to the Field Museum where we spent hours wandering around the endless exhibitions of prehistoric, ancient, scientific, natural, and native American history. The entrance features 'Sue' the largest ...
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... most important major American city that we had not yet visited. This was another reason for including it as part of the trip.
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... different sauces and either onion rings, baked potato, fries or house-made baked beans. The dessert menu was limited - cheesecake - but no one seemed to be finding room for anything other than their mains anyway. Outdoor tables had a sign advising patrons that, due to popular demand, there was a time limit of 90 minutes per table. We left Twin Anchors at about 8:00pm (well within our 90 minute limit) and walked back to town, parting ways at an intersection close to the hotel and the ...