Holiday Inn Express Chicago O'Hare
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for you there folks!!!!!! The Skydeck was an awesome experience - 103 floors tall, it is the tallest building in the USA and rises over 450 metres into the sky. We both also did "The Ledge" which a glass floored box that is set out off the main building - it was unbelievable to look down all that way and see the road so far away!!!!! By that time it was mid afternoon and we returned to the motel to get ready to head for US Cellular Field to ...
... been warned to eat a head of time unless you like international flare mall style.
Apparently the only other things of noteworthiness that happened was #1 an older than dirt Turkish woman whom thought I was a ticket agent based on my passport around my neck surrendered her visa and passport to me. I probably should have taken her up on it, walked up to the real gate agent and pretended to be ...
... Chicago with Chris and Yvonne for Xmas 2011. It is a Michelin-starred seafood restaurant which serves both traditional and innovative fish-centric dishes. Tonight we began with two oysters each - one from the Clevedon Coast near Auckland and one from Massachusetts. We all declared the NZ one to be the tastier of the two. Our shared, tapas-style mains that followed included coffee roasted beets, shrimp bruschetta (avocado, toasted pistachio, grapefruit, ...
... we found a Nestlé Toll House Cafe, and I had to have a choc chip cookie. It was beautiful. Terry had a slab of frosted brownie, which he seemed to enjoy immensely. I bought Ma a Christmas present, but she will have to wait till July to get it.
It was quite mild when we came out of the shops, only about 1deg. A lady died last night when she fell in the Chicago River.
We have enjoyed Chicago, despite ...
... of the staircase. She promptly launched into her spiel about what to see and where to see it; after two previous visits I possibly didn't need this information but didn't mind listening in case she came up with some useful insights. What intrigued me were the couple of statements she made that indicated she talks to students as well as adults; the first being, "I tell my adult visitors that we are standing here near the staircase..." Does she tell ...