Hampton Inn Chicago/Westchester (Oak Brook)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The long and short of it is the airport never once asks for my license. Only my passport. In fact, I didn't remove my license once, the whole trip.
And I had a LOT of wine.
Speaking of wine. Speaking of airports. Speaking of leaving the country. We were early to board and I was thirsty. So, I walked around a bit and found this fancy wine and cheese place near-ish our particular gate.
"Can I help ...
... small dog has been brought on board in custom built bags. We are still speculating on where one stows a dog in a bag for the four hour flight to LA. We are keeping our ears open for the slightest sound of barking coming from the overhead lockers. Anything that rushes by our feet during the flight will also be treated suspiciously! Later again: We are now well over Iowa and towns like Marshalltown and Fort Dodge are slipping by on the inflight interactive 3D map that is ...
... we'd be able to get another chance of a lift so hopped in. It felt so random and we were totally not dressed for a limo but felt like celebs driving around the city lol. It was great fun!
We arrived at the United Center where Jonty and Thereaa had booked tickets to see an ice hockey game! It was the Chicago Blackhawks vs Jets (not sure where they were from) but a pretty big game. The first third had started before we arrived and we ...
... El Middi, where we ate an assortment of cheese, breads, and tapenads. There was a lot of catching up to do and we chatted easily in both English and Spanish (okay, mostly English).
Once we had had our fill, David loaded us into his car to take us on a midnight tour of the city. He drove us along the panoramic road that rimmed Guanajuato to bring us up to El Pipila, which is a large stone statue that towers on the top of the hill directly over ...
... traffic along the freeway, following one of the numerous railway lines almost into the city where we branched off and got to the motel in Northern River. Got undercover parking which was a bonus in this heat, and checked in - or rather left our cases etc. as it was way too early to checkin properly. The motel is pretty un-inspiring but it looks clean and the staff were very friendly. So it was time to start exploring Chicago and luckily for us there was a "hop ...