La Quinta Inn Chicago Oakbrook Terrace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... service on the flight. Movies, or pretty much anything decent, will cost you around $5 or $6 depending on your selection; headphones are apparently another extra charge, although most people on the flight appear to have been born with iPhone buds in their ears. The drink cart is approaching with a vast array of items available for credit card purchase only and a very limited selection of free items such as water with / without ice. The tray table has been extracted ...
Up early today out and about by 9.00 am. Rainy today. A start by walking down lake shore road down to navy pier haf a look around then of to millennium park. Saw the bean and the the tourist attractions there. All good. Then of on the walk back to the ...
... Bill Murray, Alan Alda....and just about anyone who has appeared on SNL.
We arrived back at Randi's around 10 pm to recount the day and say our farewells. We loved Chicago, what a great town, unpretentious, great food, friendly people and an international metropolis....also enhanced by our fantastic hosts.
We were sad to leave as we had only just scratched the surface...we will be back!
... found the sign almost by accident and remarked on how there was no direction arrow, no mileage sign eg 2550 miles to Santa Monica Pier and no Historic information board......felt the Yanks had missed a real nostalgia opportunity here. Off we went to collect our hire car from the rental company and armed with the EZ66 guide and maps of the route, we set off for Springfield, the State Capital of Illinois and possible home of The ...
... The Lincoln Park Zoo was founded in 1868, making it one of the oldest zoos in the country; their pygmy hippos are Howie and Annakiya, a breeding pair. The Brookfield Zoo has two female pygmy hippos, Adele and Obessa, who live in the original pachyderm house constructed when the zoo opened in 1932. The indoor area doesn’t offer a very large amount of space, and the basement (where they keep the water filtration equipment, not the hippos) somewhat resembles a dungeon from ...