Holiday Inn Chicago O'Hare
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We made it safe to Chicago. It was indeed a very long drive. We booked a hotel near by the airport that offered a long term parking for the two weeks we will be gone. Plus, it has an inside parking too so we don't have to worry about whatever changes in weather and the impacts on our car. The hotel also has a free shuttle to and from the airport ( …
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... stations. The shoreline was heaving even in 4-5 degree cold, you just know in the baking heat it's going to be crazy down there.
On top of their pretty beach, they also have Navy Pier. The Navy Pier houses the Chicago Childrens' Museum, the Museum of Stained glass, a big wheel about fifteen ballrooms and the obligatory McDonalds, Bubba Gump aand the rest.
... Explore store, get a free tour t shirt, and decided to book tickets to a Chicago Broadway show while we were there. We had been planning to go and see "The Blue Man Group", which originated here in Chicago, but were unable to get tickets that night, so we chose the musical "Once" instead. I'd wanted to see this in New York in the summer, but was unable to get tickets. That was the evening plans sorted out! For the rest of the day we continued the bus tour, and found the ...
... on a busy Chicago Saturday. One couple were in the middle of an intersection; another bride and her five attendants crossed State Street (with the traffic lights) in a line, à la The Beatles on Abbey Road. The final group had just emerged from their stretch limousine and were milling around on the footpath of the State Street Bridge, presumably waiting for directions from the photographer. Who knows where they were to be asked to ...