Extended Stay America - Chicago - O'Hare - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... Illinois ID so I could get free admission to the Chicago Museum of Industry and Science. Which had interesting exhibits on how to turn farm animal was into energy (exhibit generously subsidized by Illinois corn, soybean and hog growers), the largest airplane inside a museum (Boeing 727), and an indoor vortex/tornado. Clearly the museum was targeted for people half my age.
On day three I went to the Chicago History Museum and I came to the conclusion that history ...
... I were up early on Monday and, in an attempt to keep out of Max's way while he was working from home, decided to walk to Old Town for the last time. We stopped on the way at Paper Source, then when we got to Plum Market had a final cappuccino at Intelligentsia. We had offered to make pea and ham soup for dinner, so were looking for bacon bones, green split peas etc. - not an easy task in a country where most soups seem to be cream-based. We carried our purchases ...
... made asking us to report to the boarding gate immediately. When we arrived, the agent informed us our booking was invalid and asked if we had paper tickets. Clearly we didn't since everything is electronic, so the agent rang her supervisor at United. After about fifteen minutes of work, the agent told us just to board anyway as she would fix it. As we embarrassingly boarded last with the eyes of the whole aeroplane on us, we quietly took our seats and didn't cause any more ...
... the day we became very good friends with I-90 West. Car listening during the morning included the Bach cello suites and the BSO playing Dvořák, so it was a pleasant and relaxing drive through the farmland of Western New York, during which I had a quick nap. In Cleveland we stopped to fuel up and grab lunch, and I took over the driving. For the afternoon`s entertainment, Brendan read aloud the first three chapters of "The Fellowship of ...
... Who cares if he won first place? I'm surprised these people don't end in the er afterwards. Oh and then of course they had to show the person who won it on the women's side.... how unattractive.
I even was able to snap a few pictures of planes coming in to land at O'Hare. I figured they wouldn't turn out good but they actually did.
This time I ...