Extended Stay America - Chicago - Elmhurst - O'Hare
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Elmhurst
... zoo is that it's actually free to enter; it's in the middle of a park, and runs purely on donations from businesses, people and the public. From sea lions to regular lions, rhinos to gorillas, it was a pretty fun place to walk around.
Just a little bit further up from the zoo was a nature museum where we had heard about an exhibit/room called the butterfly haven. We paid our $9 and took a look inside, but to be honest, it wasn't really tailored to anyone over the age of ...
... to cook all Italian meals. On the first floor there were nine restaurants selling different types of Italian food. We were amazed, such a great store. Certainly looked a great place to return for a light meal later on.
Our last day in Chicago dawned sunny and warm again and we set off for a Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise. Chicago is certainly a city ...
... about the next 2 months – from take off to landing.
As we travel along, I know my list will continue to grow. I will be blogging throughout the trip and sharing photos from our adventure, so stay tuned. #bbphotoinasia
This trip was much easier to get ready for, and I think I did an excellent job at packing for it. My backpack actually has room in it this time for all the fun purchases I will be making. :)
Here's to a great ...
... br> After a nice start in the morning with eggs (thank you Rick and Kim!) and toast the boys did a brief set of school lessons. By 10am we were heading over to the the nearby Arlington Park train station (3 min away). The train was a local so it took about an hour to get to Ogilvie Transit Station in downtown. From there it was super easy to catch the 14 bus to the Art Institute.
We were hungry ...
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 ...