Holiday Inn Chicago-Tinley Park-Convention Center
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... in cost. And it left later out of Budapest and arrived earlier in Chicago. Giddyup! Sandy (the overachiever) started packing a week before we left. I started the day before. My motto has alwasy been, if you forgot something, that's what charge cards are for! The one item I forgot on one trip which I will never forget was underwear! Are you kidding me? Fortunately it was in the U.S. JC Penny's here I come! Sandy packed her new cordless hair curler. Interesting, ...
... Sears Tower is incredible, its the Worlds largest building, soaring 103 levels high into the Chicago Skyline. There was a little bit of a queue, but at least it was moving. On entrance, we took the elevator half way up and my ears kept popping! Crazy! Once we had paid, the queue line turned into a tourist line weaving through a mini museum of Chicago. A great way to start out visit to Chicago by reading about, and seeing models of the ...
... two hours just giving us pointless updates every 45 minutes such as: "Sorry folks, we seem to be having trouble with the engine, so we're gonna try to fire 'er up and see if we can get it started.". Then 45 minutes later: "We haven't been able to get the engine started so a mechanic is coming by to look at it in a bit.". 15 minutes later: "Well the problem seems to be that we can't get the engine started, so we might either have to see if ...
... whose apartment I would be sharing, had provided me with very clear directions to his place - 4 blocks he said. 10 blocks later with 20kgs on my back and another 5 or so being dragged along in the rain, I was already starting to dislike him. When I eventually arrived I found him to be very laid back and welcoming. He showed me to my room where I dumped my soggy stuff and dried off a little before looking at the map to realise I had read it completely wrong ...
... us back on track. We had to turn around again, but we found it.
The bus didn’t take long (maybe 5 minutes) to get us to Terminal 1 where we checked our bags with Lufthansa and made our way through security. Despite Greg picking the line with a line, it moved really quickly. I had to wait to reclaim my stuff, however, because the group of Asian women in front of us decided to redress right in front of the conveyor belt.
We had a lot of time ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center