Loews Chicago O'Hare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLoews Chicago O'Hare Rosemont
Very nice hotel but in the middle of no where and don't rely upon the hotel shuttle to pick you up if arriving International.
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... to escape the crowd and heat.
On the drive home we were somehow still hungry so we stopped and had a slice and some twirly garlic bread and a bunch of freshly made beignets. This combined with some home made brownies and ice cream perfectly topped off the day.
Next morning as we were about to head into the city, the heavens opened with sheet rain and hail. We managed to make it to the burger ...
... important to the Prairie style and even the vertical grout on brick was coloured 'out' to emphasize the horizontal!
Sunday afternoon is beautiful and I head to the river and an Architecture of Chicago Foundation Boat tour - 90min of lovely boat ride with interesting, pleasant voiced commentary...great!!
Then, a first visit to Fannie Mays who knew they sell chocolate I thought they were a mortgage default business!!
Walk down Michigan Ave to Millenium Park - ...
... a grinding halt, which was good news since it was ominously dark outside and I couldn’t see out the windshield even though the wipers were going at maximum speed. It was raining so hard I was expecting to see Noah float by on the freeway with a boatload of animals (including, of course, a pair of pygmy hippos).
Just as quickly as it appeared the storm blew over and we all emerged on the other side of Chicago with our cars thoroughly washed and wind-whipped. ...
So they put us up in a Comfort Inn for the night. I don't know if I've ever passed out so quickly as I did last night. I'm sitting in a restaurant across the street from the hotel for which they have a lunch voucher. Reggie's already at the airport, but ...
... pretty much it. I was also quite surprised to see advertising carved into the Ivy of the outfield wall. People had a big enough fit when they finally installed lights to enable night games in 1988. I can't imagine what happened when ivy was torn out.
Anyway, enough with what's wrong with it. Just the atmosphere of being at Wrigley Field was electrifying. I mean, come on, it's Wrigley Frickin' Field! The view from ...