Courtyard By Marriott Chicago O'Hare
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... side and then had lunch at a great little Italian restaurant. We jumped back onto one of the buses and continued to explore downtown. The tour took us down the Magnificent Mile next. The Wrigley's building stands at the Chicago River end, another architectural wonder. One thing I found a bit funny and fascinating is that Wrigley's originally began as a scouring soap sales company. William Wrigley Jr came to Chicago in 1891 when he was only 29 years old, and with not much more ...
... around the corner from our hotel. Further investigation, however, uncovered the fact that the BART system would only take us to the International terminal, where we would then have to negotiate a transfer to Terminal 2, from where we were to depart. After looking at a number of maps - the train system, the airport - we settled on an easier path and caught a hotel shuttle. At $15 per person it was more than the BART ticket would have been, but still cheaper than ...
... and by golly its just sugar in a cup!!! Went to head out down to navy pier but there was a lightening storm so didn't venture too far. It's so warm here that the rain pretty much evaporated before it hit the ground but the whole sky is lighting up and the thunder just echoes....awesome! It's 8.30pm now and it bed time. We have been up about 24 hours and need to be up bright and early tomorrow to sight see ...
... up the chance to dine at the Longhorn Steakhouse. I saw some people set up in the back here with lawn chairs so maybe the fireworks will be visible from here... we'll soon find out.
Dinner was great at Longhorn but it was almost ruined by ESPN showing Joey Chestnut winning the Nathan's hot dog eating contest over and over again. Seriously, that's not ...
... minutes due to air traffic control (weather) in Chicago. So we are running late, but still should have 45 minutes to make our flight.
Two hours later, we are descending into O'Hare. It's overcast and cold looking, but not a whole bunch of snow. As in none. We taxi past the international terminal and pass a large plane with a huge green shamrock on the tail. We start getting excited about the next part to the trip...and then we taxi for another 10 minutes to the FURTHEST ...