Hilton Rosemont / Chicago O'Hare
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... with two huge statues of lions out the front of it. I do the obligatory self photo and walk up the stairs to purchase my ticket. The nice man behind the counter asks if I'm from the UK. "Well kind sir, thank you ever so much but you are mistaken" is the first thing I want to say in a very posh Queen like accent, however what comes out is a twangy and not so posh "I'm from New Zealand". He advises me to buy a City Pass which will give me access ...