La Quinta Inn Chicago Oakbrook Terrace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Already having one failed attempt to leave Jamaica for the States I was, somewhat ironically beginning to find even more empathy for the people of Cuba. This was further enhanced by the moronic thug staffing my queue at Miami Airport immigration, who uttered such choice phrases as: "Sir, are you on medication?" - No you complete cretin. Stop mumbling into your computer so I can actually understand what you're saying; "Sirrrrrr, you're on EhhhhSTA. Do you know what that means? It ...
America looks very very very perfect, planned and organized. There was blizzard when I landed in Chicago but everything looked perfect - the traffic, professionalism even the weather. Yet there was something missing. I was constantly trying to find out what it was. I spoke with my cousin. He who have been living here for past 20 years resonated the same. I don't know if it's lack of chaos ...
... not too far, did we have time? Did we feel like going that far? Ah what the heck, didn't take too long to catch a bus and we were on our way to Staropolska. Good food, great service, Perfect place to end our day and our trip. I'm so glad we got the 3 day Ventra pass. We may not have needed it in the end as we decided to keep our car so didn't need it all three days. But it gave us easy access to both the El and the bus which we used to good ...
... beaches nearby was peaceful, the other buildings in the loop like friendly neighbours, and the Navy Pier quietly resting in the morning. There's not a lot of traffic around, but perhaps people were simply sleeping in on a Saturday morning.
Aside from the view, one of the attractions is the Tilt where you hold onto two bars as a hydraulic system literally tilts you 30 degrees so that you're leaning over the Magnificent Mile - another activity ...
... the top of most skyscrapers was obscured by heavy fog, (but it did lift at midday for tons more photos).
- a walk through Millennium and Grant parks checking out the Frank Gehry outdoor concert arena and Anish Kapoor's Cloud gate (aka the Bean).
We experienced the original Deep Dish Pizza at Pizzeria Uno - the alleged birthplace of deep pan pizza (in 1943). It was nearly an hours wait - but it was worth it. Nothing like the frozen ...