Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago Airport West
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... were intended for adult audiences. I quickly realized that I was going to have to rush to manage to see everything.
Many of the exhibits were not what I'd expect to find in a planetarium. For instance, they had a large collection of old, and, in many cases, historically significant, telescopes. They also had a large collection of planetary machines, some of which were over 300 years ...
... light show throughout the sub. Because the timing of the sound and light show is fixed the guide cannot stop to answer questions until the end and portions of the tour are rather rushed. They sometimes offer longer, in-depth tours, which I think would be much better.
In spite of the drawbacks, I still enjoyed ...
... was called out and got my food. I took a bite and didn't taste any huitlacoche. I took another bite and tasted beef. I opened up my quesadilla. There was definitely beef and no huitlacoche. I went back to where I had bought it. At first the person who took my order told me that I had not asked for a huitlacoche quesadilla. He said I had asked ...
... and studio where you check in and get your pass shortly after they opened at 9:00 and didn't leave the last house until a bit past 4:30. I enjoyed seeing the houses but it was a tiring day due to all the standing.
I went back to my hotel for a short break before heading out to dinner at Topolobampo. I'm having dinner with a guy I met ...
... called vaportinis where the alcohol is boiled off and inhaled. Since I had time to kill I thought I'd give it a try so I walked over to Red Kiva. Unfortunately, they don't do the vaportinis themselves. I'm not sure whether things have changed or whether the article I read was wrong or just misleading but, if I understood the person at the bar correctly, and there's a very good chance ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking