Extended Stay America - Chicago - Elmhurst - O'Hare
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Travel Blogs from Elmhurst
... little hiccup) We got to our hotel, checked in and a guy brought all our luggage up to our room for us. We are on the 9th floor. The hotel is extremely nice with a waterfall flowing down through the mezzanine floor into the lobby area. Our room has two rooms with two double beds in the bedroom, pull out sofa in the lounge room, nice marble bathroom, little kitchenette with sink bowl, microwave and bar fridge. Nice and quiet come night time. Pretty smooth ...
... aquarium and Museum of Science. To see this far we overlook the extensive greenery of Millenium Park, the Chicago Art Institute's modernis, weightless building and over Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate , otherwise known as The Bean. In another direction we look down upon the railway line which is itself remarkable because it is entirely elevated and very old. In any direction we are surrounded by soaring skyscrapers both old, many Art Deco in design ...
... t think I succeeded in not looking just a little scared when Jill took photos! That was a great experience, and I was glad we'd managed to get back there to do it. The views of the city and the lake were incredible. We could see for miles in every direction, and every view was different, unique. Chicago was so different to what I'd imagined it would be, from all the movies and TV shows I'd seen that featured it over the years, none of them managed to capture its true spirit ...
... See right where the front ended over Lake Michigan. Will and Timmy were amazed by the skyline of Chicago. Neither has been to NYC so this is by far the biggest city they have seen. Tomorrow we should be able to explore the city some before the game at Wrigley. We are going up Willis tower, formerly the Sears tower, now the 2nd tallest building in 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 ...