Extended Stay America - Chicago - Elmhurst - O'Hare
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Routine travel from Edinburgh to Chicago via. London, Heathrow. Stepped outside terminal 5 at Chicago into 90F heat to await the shuttle bus to the car rental pickup where I received a Chevrolet Journey. Rush hour meant that the journey to my home for the next two nights, Extended Stay America - Elmhurst, took a bit longer than expected. The hotel …
... into for the next 8 hours. The sarcasm is not entirely lost on her and she seems happy for Graham and me to do our own seat allocations..
I plonk myself down next to a lass who had plans to sprawl over two seats. She isn't best pleased when my coughing doesn't subside for the next 20 minutes and eventually, after hitting the hostie for a glass of water and scoring a magical tic tac from the lass next door, I can resume normal ...
... the travel plans. I accessed the inflight wifi and looked at our options. Unfortunately, there are only two flights to from Miami to Liberia a day...one at 10:20am, the second at 6pm, but there were earlier flights to San Jose and its about the same travel time. My plan was to get us to San Jose by 3 so we could at least be at our hotel iby 5:30.
We arrive in Miami and head directly to the AA travel assistance counter to rebook. Of course the line is huge. Robin stands ...
... of the latter that we could, from what were generally very large fruit). We have not been to the Farmers' Market for a couple of weeks, so today was the first time we noticed a sign informing customers that it would soon close down for winter. This had us thinking of the impact the Chicago winters must have on the economy and/or the general feel of the place: 1). Our chocolate tour guide, Katie, had mentioned the two seasons in Chicago: winter ...
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 ...