Hampton Inn Chicago-O'Hare International Airport
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... in, because that company is making a packet!
After that lovely insight to the American toy industry, we headed back to the hotel and chilled in the lobby until 4pm when we could check back in. We were down-graded to a standard twin room (so no desk, chair, microwave or fridge, but still two double beds), however we were upgraded to the 12th floor (meaning the sirens from the Fire and Rescue vehicles were ever so slightly smaller in ...
... to visit) Bob and I headed to our seats. When we arrived at our seats they were occupied by a family who said they were freezing in the shade so they moved out here and would move if they were in our seats. Bob and I instead elected to sit behind them until we got displaced. Fortunately we managed to all maintain our seats with the exception of a few periods where we were one seat short with the coming and going of people around us. ...
... Reserved a room for so much money that I don't even wanna think about it, and had to pay for a cab to get to the hotel because everyone who got delayed last night was waiting for the hotel shuttle - because of course a 20 seats shuttle serves 3 major hotels near the airport :/
... an unexpected chance to visit Chicago for a day. We were given a beautiful room on the 35th floor with a spectacular view of the city. But, like any 4-5 star hotel, the more you pay, the more you pay. Wireless internet was available for $14.95. No free phone calls. Expensive restaurant. There was free internet in the lobby, so once we got settled in the room, we headed down there to get food and connectivity to the world. The food ...
... according to English grammar. Fighting off weariness, an attempt would be made at attending a live blues show at Buddy Guy's Legends--a blues bar in Chicago's South Loop.
The walk to Legends was a bit helter-skelter, owing to a faulty GPS. However, after a couple missed turns, the dynamic duo of cultural tourism arrived--ready for some guide book sanctioned local music. However, once through the doors, we were told ...