Howard Johnson Inn and Suites Elk Grove Village O'Hare
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson Inn and Suites Elk Grove Village O'Hare
Easy to find close to mall and interstate. easy to drive to a metro station car aprk and communte the rest of the way.
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... of course, that's where we headed once we were done in the store. This line was much better. We only had to wait a couple minutes before we were granted access to the door. We found the couple in the back of the bar. Their names were Misty and Reese. Reese was full of jokes. We chilled with them until about 2:30 and then caught a cab back to Korey's. Korey was sweet enough to make our beds for us so we passed out as soon as we got ...
... and most enjoyable two weeks with Sarah and Max. The journey to O'Hare airport was a little slow but uneventful, possibly delayed by people being cautious driving in wet and icy conditions. Given the road toll in the state, this is most unlikely and there was probably another reason for the slowness of the traffic. Check-in at the American Airlines counter was a protracted affair. Firstly we were directed to the self check-in kiosks for international passengers; after ...
After about 36 hours of a bus ride and airports and planes and the good old CTA, we arrived home completely exhausted. Today after 12 hours of sleep, I feel like a new woman and ready to reflect on our experience.
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