Holiday Inn Express Chicago O'Hare
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... reasons, but for a long time, I didn't believe it was possible again. But someone came along, and while I hesitated (for a reason) at first, I started to believe. Sadly, I was too late. My words, while good intentioned, were unwittingly painful and irreversible, and for that, I feel a deeper regret than I have ever known. My intention was to spare him hurt, not cause it. I am thankful for him, and letting go wasn't easy, but necessary. With everything comes a lesson, and ...
... round, as we had both been told how great the architectural boat tour of the inner city was. We had time to wander down the pier for a bit after seeing some amazing sculptures in the park just across from it, before the next tour began. Chicago has some incredible outdoor art, just about every open public space you see has some kind of permanent or temporary art, often sculpture, on display. The architectural tour was so fun and interesting. Our guide was brilliant, and ...
... to the middle of the field than the college hash marks. I felt they marched and played fairly well. They had really good sound, and they played a lot while marching. They had some complicated formations, but they were a little sloppy getting there.
Overall, I thought they were pretty good. They definitely played to the crowd by playing "Bear Down, Chicago Bears" as they marched off (see the Fans section). I'd ...
... the evening travelling to Pilsen, the most latino district of the city. Despite being reclaimed from eastern european immigrants, the shop names and men eating sunflower seeds on street corners made it feel spanish enough. What really set this part of the city apart from the other areas of Chicago I've been to wasn't the ethnicity but the overall sense of neglect. Plenty of shops were closed, kids were setting off fireworks in the local park, the roads ...
... over St. Louis to accommodate air traffic. Since Chicago was busy our departure time was pushed back further. After about an hour on the plane the captain says we do not have enough gas to get there and we must return to the gate. Upon arrival at the gate, we find out their are no gates available and we must wait longer. We park and they let us off to kind out the captain has timed out and the flight will not ...