Fairfield Inn Chicago Gurnee
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- Indoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We said a tearful farewell to Steve this morning, having breakfasted on bagels and salmon . Bev had a great nights sleep and we're all set for an airport day. Looking forward to more delta movies. We are sat in a Chicago Blackhawks bar watching the United West Ham game. It's a real miss not having premier league in the USA , though a surprising amount of cab drivers and service staff have shown great knowledge of the beautiful game. I can't wait to get back to Talacre ...
Short layover in Chicago and boarded the brand new 747-800. Colin is a baller and put us in first class. Very tony. Escada toiletry bags, lay flat beds, champagne for days. I'll eat, watch a movie and get as much sleep as possible before landing in Frankfurt. I'm so ...
... that the Amish need as they do not use electricity and live simply. The array of cookie cutters were phenomenal. I did not want to be disrespectful so no photos sorry of the inside of the store. Hollywood has borrowed a number of their museum pieces as props for movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean!! We then meandered to Indianapolis and unfortunately the Motor Racing Museum was closed. We left our run ...
... wonderful Intercontinental Hotel and were greeted with beds, warm showers, and a chance to regroup and prepare ourselves for another hotel-filled, travel-filled day. Since our flights weren't until the next evening, we (the students without instructors) ventured out into the great downtown Chicago. We only had a short while, but we took advantage of the less-than-ideal layover and visited the famous Cloudpath statue (aka "the ...
... it...more driving. We stayed at a hotel in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for the night, and were up bright and early (haha no, everyone else was up bright and early and Ben and I rolled out of bed when forced) to drive a whole heck of a lot more.
Thus concludes my blog entry, and I'm sure another is on it's way soon to describe the events of the last day. Whose surprised that I wrote the world's longest blog entry?