Hilton Garden Inn Schaumburg
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the sweeping curve of the lake, passing Canadian geese and small sailing boats , fountains and a series of gardens, all designed to look like a swath of wildflowers. A young man lies in a hammock suspended under the shade of huge trees, teasing his Golden Labrador playfully with a toy; parents walk with babies and children;segues in small groups pass by, people on bicycles too and eventually, footsore, we head back. Near the Art Institute in ...
... checking in this evening easier. They gave us our boarding passes last night before we left the airport, so all we would have to do is go through security and go right to our gate.
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