Extended Stay America - Chicago - Elmhurst - O'Hare
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Elmhurst
... Chicago because a huge rain storm drenched the plane and runway. When that huge plane started to rock a little I knew we were still in the "windy city."
Our flight to London was about 7 hours and I think I may have slept a whole 3 hours. If I was lucky. By the time we got to our Hotel it was 11 am with the time change. There was no turning back, we had to stay up.
Our transportation to Ireland is a two-step process: A flight from O'Hare in Chicago to JFK in New York. We have 2.5 hours layover at JFK until our 7 hour international flight to Dublin.
Upon arrival, we checked our luggage and received both of our boarding passes. Somehow, Bridget's checked luggage weight came in under the 50 pound weight limit while mine was tagged with an obnoxious ...
... are u freezing?" He says "Dad I'm not freezing!" We'll that's good enough for us and we set sail for giordanas pizzeria which was recommended by the doorman once again. Apparently this Chicago pizza is a very good one, but really how much can u really believe from a doorman at the hotel who probably eats there for free? We decided to order 2 pizzas, see my mum is not overly fussed on pizza so we order a standard cheese pizza and a Chicago Special. We ordered the stuffed pizza, ...
... in preparation for tomorrow's departure. Dinner, a belated celebration for Yvonne's birthday, was at Avec restaurant in the West Loop - well worth the wait. Tomorrow morning we will walk with our suitcases to Max and Sarah's apartment, then grab a taxi to the airport for our flight to San Francisco. The time difference works to our advantage on the way over, so we leave Chicago late morning and arrive in SFO early ...
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 ...