Homewood Suites by Hilton Chicago Schaumburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the short walk back to the apartment. One final challenge before departing Chicago was to bag up the rather large Christmas tree that had been the central attraction in the apartment during our stay. The front desk of the apartment block was providing bags to package up Christmas trees for movement through the corridors and lifts to the waste disposal room. A smart idea, given the pine needles that would leave a tell-tale trail through the building. To be on the ...
... website says, "this is not a please, thank you restaurant. The servers pride themselves on snarky remarks and even drop their trays to do choreographed dance numbers on the soda counters". Interesting! We have seen lots of Halloween displays - houses decorated like we do Christmas houses. The squirrels have fun with the real pumpkins that are left ...
Tuesday was our last full day in Chicago, sadly. We've all loved out time here and found the city fascinating - lots of interesting buildings and architecture, great museums and attractions, super shopping and a really wide variety of places to eat. As usual, maybe even more so, the American people are so naturally friendly, with nothing too much trouble. We spent the morning at ...
Today we woke up to a beautiful day. We made our way to the Henry Ford Museum. There is so much to do and see at the museum, we didn't get to see everything unfortunately. I did get to see my dream car. A 1965 Mustang convertible!!! Oh how I want one!! And I am sad because I couldn't even get a die cast model. They had none ...
... with the zoo veterinarian, Dr. Roy Burns, and his family. I didn’t know these people from a bar of soap, but they had volunteered to host me in their home in order to help a poor PhD student save money on hotel costs, which was very kind and generous of them. Their teenage daughter even gave up her bedroom to give me a place to sleep! They were very nice, fun, friendly people, and I had an awesome week in Louisville, which is also apparently Catholic Headquarters ...