Courtyard Chicago Midway Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free airport shuttle
- Banquet room
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... arrived she ended up being stopped at the lights so, despite being in the middle of the road she goes 'Quick, come on!' And jumps out to put my suitcase in the back and I have to run round the other side to get in the front. The jeep was really high up so I put my drink on the dash, freeing up my hands to pull myself in. Naturally I forgot about the tea while turning to say hi to Parker and Aria, so when the lights changed there were tea droplets everywhere - thanks goodness there was ...
... too, wearing both together was too restrictive and heavy). Following shopping we went upstairs to the observation deck (360 deg Chicago). As the name suggests, the 100 story building offers 360 deg views of the city. It also has 'Tilt', which is where a portion of the south windows tilt out 30 degrees over the city, with you standing on/leaning on the window and out over the city. I told everyone that's what we were doing, without allowing too many questions as I knew mum ...
... in the heartland of the Amish Country, Walnut Grove. The Yoder's working farm has also been set up as tourist attraction, showing us some of the old and new ways of the Amish. The first thing we saw were lots of kittens. They were super friendly, contented and happy to be picked up and cuddled, which we did many times. I love cats (so does Katelyn) and love cuddling kittens and got a real sense of happiness off these kittens. It didn't matter how many times you picked each one ...
... expensive,,, strolling along the banks of the Seine or though the back streets of Edinburgh, lunch from the local deli eaten while soaking up the sun in a local park, purchasing souvenirs from local artisans rather than tourist shops.
4. YOU HAVE TO TOTE WHAT YOU BRING! We were warned and we took it to heart. We committed to an international-sized 21-inch suitcase (with wheels) and a carry-on backpack or messenger bag. While ...
Welcome back to the 'Food from afar' section, today we will be advising you on, nice eats that we’ve had, and that you should if you ever visit Chicago.
Who doesn’t like pizza? Well you will like Lou Malnati’s, we had it twice it’s that good. The massive thick base flows round the edge of the pizza encasing the divine, soft mountainous choice of filling, naturally ours’ being meat heavy.
Not often do we treat ourselves ...