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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... famous Chicago Fire. If you visit the city this is a must. Having visited New York a few years ago I was overwhelmed by some of the fantastic buildings, Chicago take s this to an altogether different level.
In the afternoon we did some shopping on the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Avenue). The Water Tower Centre is very impressive, it's right beside the John Hancock Building, a shopping mall on eight floors (including Macys).
Time for ...
... our complimentary glass of wine. The flight to Chicago was relatively smooth, but experienced delays on both departing and landing so we were not at Max & Sarah's apartment until well after 7:00pm. Everything is being organised for the move to their new place on Thursday - many items already in boxes and a number more awaiting boxes to be packed into. Our tasks for tomorrow are to empty the kitchen cupboards, remove paintings and posters from the walls, and pack all of the ...
... had to stop by the deicing depot - perhaps 5 monster trucks lined up to spray the liquid all over flights headed out of town. THe flight itself was pretty smooth, and Chicago was clear of snow or ice. We walked from our arrival gate to near where we'd be taking off, and decided to kill the time in the interim by heading to ...
... around the corner from our hotel. Further investigation, however, uncovered the fact that the BART system would only take us to the International terminal, where we would then have to negotiate a transfer to Terminal 2, from where we were to depart. After looking at a number of maps - the train system, the airport - we settled on an easier path and caught a hotel shuttle. At $15 per person it was more than the BART ticket would have been, but still cheaper than ...
... I still wasn't able to finish it all. Following a brisk walk back to the 'hotel' I decided that the first port of call would be the John Hancock Observatory. This I did recall from my last visit and the views were fantastic, unlike yesterday it was a clear day which means that you could see for miles. Considering my 'slight' dislike for heights I even ventured onto the bit that was open to the elements. This is definitely one of those must do things ...