Extended Stay America - Chicago - Westmont - Oak Brook
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... movie, exists in a little town in Texas called Shamrock on
old Route 66. The movie I’m referring to is Cars! The shop in Radiator Springs
in the movie was designed to look like old Tower Conoco gas station and U-Drop
Inn Cafe that resides in Shamrock. Today it is nicely maintained because it’s
the town’s Chamber of Commerce and museum. Outside they have the old gas pumps that
read 25 cents per gallon, and inside they have a gift shop ...
I'm meeting my brother I for lunch at Eataly then we have tickets for tour of Wrigley Field. Can't wait. 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field. 98th anniversary of Chicago Cubs. Original Wrigley Field was built in 5 weeks. Up Took original field level bleachers and put them on rollers and rolled them back to give more room. No outfields wall. It was originally a rope. 1927 a wooden outfield wall was erected. 1916 Cubs came to ...
... is enhanced by the fact that, in purchasing the apartment, they have also purchased a storage locker and a car parking space. The latter is obviously of no use to them, so Max advertised it for lease and almost immediately found a short term (5 week) tenant. He is hoping to have something slightly more permanent (ideally six months) subsequent to this. Before Sarah left for work, Max and I rode the elevator with her to the first (ground) floor so that they ...
... Tampa. The captain made an announcement that no planes were able to leave their Chicago gates because the fuel trucks has broken down from the extreme cold, and the planes` fuel lines were frozen to the point that no plane could take off because of a lack of fuel. No landing planes could get to their gates and so we just sat hour after hour after hour with anxiety wondering if our connecting flight would be leaving without us. Finally, we were able to get to our gate, ...
... hopped on Divvy bikes down the street. It's the greatest idea ever. We paid $7 for a day pass for 2 bikes. The catch is you have 30mins to make it to the next bike station otherwise you have to pay $8 if your a minute late. Once you make it to the next divvy station you lock your bike in and put a new code in, which they give you when you swipe your credit card. There's a bike station always within a 5 minute bike ride. We rode to Lincoln Park and rode the ...