Extended Stay America - Chicago - Elmhurst - O'Hare
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Travel Blogs from Elmhurst
... people are running, roller blading and cycling near the beach.
We finally get to Navy Pier and take a walk around. There is a mini amusement park there - ferris wheel, flying chairs, putt putt golf. There are also lots of souvenir stores and bars and food areas there. After doing the loop of the place we are in the amusement area and Hinesh thinks it will be fun to play putt putt so we pay the $6 each and line up. We have fun on the course and we even manage a hole in ...
... A great experience with an English tour guide who, at the start, I was not sure whether he was slightly too try hard but actually turned out to be quite funny and knew so much about Chicago's history; not only did we learn about the architecture, but the impact the great fire had on the city and various other random facts. The reason the city has such interesting and varied architecture is because the great fire demolished everything apart from the water tower and a few ...
... had been cancelled. Since I now had no valid boarding passes which would allow me to get through security to get back up to the Flagship Lounge, I was told to just hang loose with the bags while the agent searched other flights. I was contacted about 25 minutes later informing me that my wife would be coming with new boarding passes for a flight that would depart in a couple of hours for Los Angeles, where we would overnight and connect the next evening on a flight ...
... and the Emerald City gardens had signs around the perimeter advising that rat baits had been laid and warning visitors not to touch dead animals! The rest of the park was - just a park. After this disappointment, we headed south down Halstead Street, window shopping as we went. This street had many independent clothing stores, so most outfits were quite quirky and probably not for us. We turned back into Armitage Avenue, trying not to step on the ...
Last night was one of those nights you're really glad don't happen very often while on the road. When everything goes wrong that could go wrong (well, maybe a slight exaggeration; the Idris is still alive and kicking, I'm feeling better than I have in days). Here are some highlights:
We left the campground around 4pm and because of the inane way our GPS sent us, the entire drive to Elmhurst (what should have been a little over ...