Extended Stay America - Chicago - Hillside
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... photographs of the tigers at the tiger temples in Thailand …. and I must be in at least one
// Attend a full moon party in Koh Pha Nga
// Get a custom made dress in Hoi An// Meet and travel with new people from around the world
// Release a lantern// Go to as many markets as I can … there are tons all over South East Asia, but a floating market is a must
// Chat with a monk
// Get a fish pedicure
// Live, enjoy and have ...
... 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 ...
... down in the same area was a massive hands on Play Zone for kids. The aquarium was busy busy busy. It was really crowded in some parts which reduced our enjoyment a little as you couldn't always stay at exhibits as long as you might like but I think we'd just been spoiled with crowds before today. Luckily we had our city pass to get in with so didn't have to queue for tickets, that line was LONG. We spent quite a bit of time watching the dolphins and belugas from ...
... we got a message from our mate Lewis that he was grounded in Chicago and that his Green Bay flight was delayed until tomorrow; he decided to spend the night with us, which wasn't really a problem. Lewis arrived at about 7:00 and was feeling a little peckish after not having much for 24 hours, we headed on down to Blokes and Birds as planned the night before and were a bit disappointed with the menu, so we had a ...
... This change is inherently saving me from having to locate and re-check my checked bags in Orlando (and pay for them again). She counted my backpack as a personal item, rather than a carry-on bag (which would have cost $50!), even though I highly doubt it fits the dimension requirements. Additionally, I was surprised to find out when I got here that the weight limit for checked bags was 40 lb through the airline ...