Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Free parking
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Based on our calculations, door-to-door travel time was around 27 hours. Note to self: three hours transit time in LA is comfortable, with a thirty minute wait to board the flight to Chicago after waiting for (i) the aircraft to taxi to a parking bay, (ii) being bussed to the main terminal building and (iii) following a maze of walkways to the area where clearing Customs and Immigration gives a new meaning to patience! We were directed from one queue to ...
... least. It had just about stopped when I met Mumsie again and we decided to head back to the motel - shopping on the "Magnificent Mile" is very expensive - and we got as far as an Irish Pub before thirst and hunger got the better of us and we had to pause for refreshment. Later we had a great dinner just nearby us, and then caught the 7.45pm Lake and River Cruise, which took us out into Lake Michigan ...
... up to 40% off) but prices still appeared to be cheaper than back home. We then split up for 45 minutes or so, Maggie off looking for somewhere to have a cuppa and me headed to Crate and Barrel where I browsed the homewares. Maggie stopped in at Café Toma for a coffee and was tempted by the basil-and-berry flavoured sorbet, declaring it to be delicious. We met up again at Ontario Place, where we headed up to the old apartment for the final clean and tidy, which was ...
... like transporting something half-way around the globe only to forget it on the one day you need it. On the weekend Kevin and family took me to Navy Pier where we rode the giant Ferris wheel from which you can see all of downtown and look out over Lake Michigan. By that time it had fortunately stopped snowing and the temperatures were back up in the tolerable range for May; it was even warm enough to sit outside for lunch!
Kevin’s family hails from England, ...