La Quinta Inn Chicago Schaumburg
Travel Blogs from Schaumburg
... of a great man and enjoying the company of the extended clan being together for the first time in many years. We miss you Dad! And thank you Joe for all your support and understanding during that very difficult time!
You just never know. Thankfully, Joe suggested we purchase travel insurance, so we were able to recoup nearly all of our lost airline, hotel and car rental charges. As the winter of 2013 moved into spring, Joey’s ...
... of those just to get to my connecting flight. It's HUGE. Snakes around and off in all sorts of directions. It's well signposted however, and I didn't have any trouble working out where I needed to go, it just took a while to get there! Jill and I had different arrival times, but within an hour or so of each other, and we'd pre booked shuttle taxis to the city, so we'd arranged that I'd wait until a certain time, but just go ahead and get the next taxi if she hadn't arrived by ...
... in a place called Oak Park so naturally we get off at Oak Park Station (the hotel description said it was a block from the train station) the we walk and we walk and we walk dragging a suitcase each as well as carryon and other bags about eight blocks and finally reach our destination 2 hours after we left the airport... I hope this isn't a pattern for the rest of our trip. Although we have had to go through the ringer to to get here, we are so very ...
... hit the town--hopefully with more success--to score a night at a local jazz club.
After a long walk through the Loop one last time, we ended up at our old nemesis--the bouncer at Buddy Guy's Legends blues club. However, since we both had our identification this time, our nemesis seemed rather placid. Placid is probably the word for the blues band we saw perform as well. For a music known as emotionally intense and authentic, this band ...
Today we tackled the Shedd Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in the US with exhibits of fresh and saltwater fish and mammals, including dolphins and beluga whales, amphibians such as frogs, snakes and cayman, and penguins and other birds associated with specific habitats. It was a pretty massive centre and featured an incredible Amazon section, simulated Malaysian reef, and my own personal favourite, a jellyfish section. There was also an opprtunity to touch a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services