La Quinta Inn Chicago O'Hare Airport
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... we got the bus to the Willis tower (used to be Sears Tower) This is the tallest towers in Chicago and at one point, tallest in the world. It has the most amazing view of the city! We could see the city on one side and the residential areas on the other with a beautiful river running through it. Chicago is an amazing city we both loved it! Tonight we had dinner reservations at Michael Jordan's steak house. It was really fancy (and pretty expensive) ...
... making a mad dash to the connecting gate we boarded our AA 777 plane for Shanghai. We settled in to our 1st class suite, got our first glass of sparkling wine as we waited for the completion of the boarding process. We waited and waited and waited when finally the captain of this flight made an announcement that we were not leaving because the current crew had been extended beyond its allowed/legal flight time due to the long delays in the plane's refueling process. ...
... He is going to NY for a family wedding and then is going to Israel for a few months to see if he really wants to move back there. He's not sure he will be comfortable there after not living there for 50 years. I expect to sleep through Indiana and Ohio and wake up arounf Buffalo, then on the Albany and then down to good old ...
... heavy colds.
Lots of trails in the snow from unknown critters. Some horses, cattle and a few sheep outside, scratching for a feed. Our train has a sad, eerie whistle.
Stopped for a few minutes at Glenwood Springs, the stopping off point for the skiing fields of Aspen. Also where Teddy Roosevelt ran the White House from the local hotel during WW2, and Doc Holiday used to come for the hot ...
... done so and we were able to step out with some assurance, though we did take umbrellas and raincoats this time. We had offered to cook Max and Sarah a roast for dinner, so headed first to the Farmers' Market at Daley Plaza where we picked up some potatoes, pumpkin and sweet potato - plus a mixed berry tart from the Amish stall for dessert and some apples for our fruit bowl. Today we chose two heirloom varieties - Cox's Orange Pippin and 20 Ounce (we chose ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center