Loews Chicago O'Hare
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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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Caught an Uber Taxi down into Chicago's centre. Got dropped off outside the Art Institute to have a look at the chrome cloud, known locally as the Jelly Bean. Watched a bit of USA vs Germany in a public park with loads of Americans. Went to check out the Art Institute but decided that it was too expensive so checked out the gift shop instead. Crossed the road to the Cultural Centre. Filled with some very strange contemporary art matched with ...
... a concert here would be a treat!!
Lunch is at the '19the Century Women's Club' - must look up their history and although my table arrangements sound ok Valerie with 5 men - they are in fact 4 of the most rednecked/uniteresting men whose conversation seems limited to 'smart cracks' if only we weren't 'seated' to top it off the Mexican catered lunch is a bit blah - however the entertainment is fantastic - a young, talented ragtime musician/composer Reginald Robinson - ...
... later that she always laughs when pilots state that they "will have us at the terminal XX minutes ahead of schedule" - Chicago's O'Hare is such a busy airport that early arrivals simply cannot be accommodated. We then had quite some wait for our luggage - all bottles of wine intact, thank goodness - before a cab back to Ontario Place where we will be propping with Max and Sarah for a couple of nights. Once at the apartment, Yvonne and I headed up to ...
Today was my first full day in Chicago so I decided that I was going to make the most of the day (hence why I've only just started this entry at 2350!!!).
So the first port of call was breakfast and following a recommendation by the guy at reception I ended up at Eggsperience and all I can say is wow... I only asked for bacon and sausage and before you know it I've got a plate of bacon, sausage, eggs (sunny side up of course), toast and hash browns covered ...
The fear was that we had too little time to catch the next plane. We had to inquire about the terminal and gate number because this information was not on the boarding pass. 1B8 we were told. This turned out to be quit a walk but as it turned out we had plenty of time. Marsha went exploring for junk food while I stayed with the luggages. I was determined to get some kind of travel journal app. While waiting in Chicago airport, I used my phone to open an account with ...