Courtyard Chicago Arlington Heights/South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... flight, but everything else was perfect. The plane out of MBS wasn't full, and we arrived on time in Chicago.
In Chicago, they still couldn't print our boarding passes, so I started to worry. But the time in Chicago (about 3 hours) passed quickly and we got on the next flight to Washington Dulles with no ...
... t going to be time to do half the things we'd have liked to. We had to prioritize. We didn't know when we landed that the Chicago Marathon was on the Sunday. It soon came to our attention when everyone we talked to asked if we here for it, some with completely serious faces as if we were contenders! Our immediate response to this suggestion was laughing hysterically, followed by the words, "Really?! Do you honestly think we look like we're ready to run in a marathon ...
... the traffic layer to the map. I saw a new color Black - I've seen Red, Yellow and Green, but never Black before. Not wanting to see what Black really looks like on the highway we quickly exited and were blessed by a nice toll attendant who gave us a nice detour. It took us up to Lake Eire again and down Rt. 2 to 53 and then back to I90 after the accident. This probably added 50+ miles but saved ...
... on a busy Chicago Saturday. One couple were in the middle of an intersection; another bride and her five attendants crossed State Street (with the traffic lights) in a line, à la The Beatles on Abbey Road. The final group had just emerged from their stretch limousine and were milling around on the footpath of the State Street Bridge, presumably waiting for directions from the photographer. Who knows where they were to be asked to ...
... spent on cocktails than an admission ticket. There was a short moment of hesitation when we realised that the Signature Room on the 95th floor had a dress code, which we, in our runners and shorts, definitely did not adhere too, but we decided to chance it anyway. Though the restaurant is ridiculously expensive, and maintains a policy of one main course per person (which start at $30), the bar one floor up is a little more relaxed. Cocktails ...