Extended Stay America - Chicago - O'Hare - North
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... took the lift up to over 100 floors and walked out onto a very impressive observatory. I would say top of the rock in NYC was the best so far due to the fact you could view the city from outside but due to the interesting architecture, the lake and the protruding glass sky decks, this came in a close second. Every American city has a different feel and, as I stated previously, Chicago feels spacious, it is a mis matched, culturally poignant mass of architecture and ...
... at the agent's desk where we spent the next 45 minutes with the agent while she searched a variety of flights trying to get us on flights going West that would keep us on our trek to Melbourne. We told the agent that we felt that it was critical for us to try and do everything possible to get out of Chicago. The agent agreed even though she noted that other passengers had given up and decided to overnight and try to go out the next day. Unfortunately they were not ...
... and the local residents formed various community groups and associations to rectify the situation. The gardens here now are wonderful - as we walked, we admired many lovingly maintained front gardens; particularly one that had a small kitchen garden growing tomatoes, raspberries, bok choy, lettuce, herbs etc. We commented on how much could be done with a small space - none of these houses had big front yards. At Webster Avenue, two blocks north ...
... a TV right in front of the couch he had a stereo system which included a tube amp that he built himself. We stayed up late listening to records and talking, mostly him telling me about what a great city Chicago is.
In the morning I headed off on my own. I got a big breakfast at a place called ... Ann Sathers, I think? An older woman noticed my backpack and asked me what I was doing, and we had a good talk about adventure. I took the redline ...
... to suffer an early night and wake up call as my flight leaves tomorrow at 11:05 am. So I'll have plenty of time for breakfast and most importantly, COFFEE!!
I tried to stay outside to snap pictures of fireworks but unfortunately there are way too many lights around and the camera kept focusing on them. Oh well, it was still neat... at least what I was able to ...