Courtyard Chicago Midway Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Free airport shuttle
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... voucher as compensation for the delay. WOW GUYS, THAT REALLY MAKES UP FOR SLEEP DEPRIVATION, THANKS!!! Anyway, you know the airport. Nothing interesting happened besides getting to use my Canadian passport to skip the massive whopping Disneyland-esque queue for US immigration. I actually, literally did almost the whole thing myself. Scanned my passport, took my own photo, checked off my declaration. The immigration officer just showed me a photo of ...
... make sure he was ok and then I was off on one last mission. Colm ended up coming with me after promising he felt a ton better, and also hating the fact that he was stuck indoors. My mission was to find the fire station they use to film Chicago fire. Already knowing that no filming was taking place in the city, such my bad luck, I still wanted to go and get a picture and say I had been there. I wouldn't be a fan of the show otherwise! The journey involved a train and a bus which wasn't ...
... family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We finally got to Chicago. We were staying in a nice little hotel that was very centrally located. We had dinner there the first night and it was lovely but very expensive. Wills was not happy as he did not enjoy the food despite the fact they had cheese with gluten free crackers.
... I will cherish.
To finish off the day,we walked around Millennium park and even strolled down to neighboring Grand Park to check out the Buckingham fountain, which was, unfortunately, not in service, perhaps due to the cold weather. It was getting late and we wanted to spend the evening with Kristina's family, so off we went. Once again we hit rush hour, but our luck had run out. Getting out of downtown was just an abysmal experience. Turning left on the street ...
... Tim and I decided to be brave and head out to look down on the City 1,353 feet below.......It's fair to say it's a slightly scary and extremely surreal experience all at the same time and I'm not sure it's one I'd look to repeat in a hurry!
From there we moved on to the park often called "Chicago's front yard", Grant Park. The centrepiece of the park is Buckingham Fountain, one of the largest in the world and inspired by the Latona Fountain ...