Country Inn & Suites Tinley Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... politely until one female voice from inside the room started swearing and screaming at him; he then entered the room and shut the door behind him. We can only speculate on what happened next, but there was no further noise from that suite! Max and Sarah made their way to our hotel at 10:20am and we walked for about 25 minutes in a south-westerly direction (passing what nearly became M & S's own apartment building) to an area known as West Loop - here we ...
... for Chicago-style ribs in my belly. I looked up the possibilities on my phone and found a place in Chicago's northwestern Irving Park neighborhood that looked very enticing. Called Smoque BBQ, it ended up being well worth the visit. The so-called St. Louis ribs were unlike any other barbeque ribs that I had had in my life. No wonder that B.B. King was among the celebrities who had visited the joint and given his approval. ...
... was a good 20 minute drive from the terminal. Hmmmmm...these driving directions were not going to be too handy after all!
We stopped at a fuel station and (after some confused looks from the staff, as they tried to decipher my accent) headed off in the vague right direction. We drove around for about an hour, knowing we were in the right area, but not exactly where we needed to be. We really didn't want to use the navigation on ...
... sense of curiosity and wonder as I pondered what was in store for me. And then it dawned on me, it wasn't just about "me"; it was "us". I was with my family and friends, and we would be spending this time together in a foreign land, experiencing everything as a complete novelty. First off, I have to give a big shout-out to our "tour guides" and ...