Red Roof Inn Chicago - O'Hare Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... li>Day 13
Breakfast was at the B and B and it was just as good as yesterday morning with all of the same accoutrements. There was a myriad of items ordered; eggs, bacon, porridge, pancakes, tea and toast being predominant.
Lunch was interesting. We were heading back to Dublin and we were reaching critical mass. All it would have taken was a cross look or an ill thought out word and there would have been a mushroom cloud inside that Opel on the ...
... in here as it was business class only (hmmm as a silver member I'm entitled to use business class check-in desks). Then she wouldn't believe me that I'd used some of my miles for extra luggage and she had to go and check with somebody else. Finally when I asked her if there was any chance of an upgrade she turned to me and said "What's an upgrade? Is that where we give you a business class seat for free?" to which I replied yes and she said "Oh, you'll have to speak to ...
... are trying to work it out now. So we are just hanging out at the gate. Kristen is playing on her phone and Nick is drumming on the floor. So hopefully in 2.5 hours we will be on our way!! I hope the mechanic had his act together this morning!! ...
... company in my vehicle and made me laugh by taking both of his toys out of his kennel and putting them on my door arm rest. He needed his "friends" to be there to experience the road trip too. Haha! He is so funny! Tomorrow we will be headed to Pittsburgh to visit Vidurs brother. Then we will be almost to our new home!!! Hopefully it doesn't rain as much as today so I can get more pictures ...
... stop on our journey, Milwaukee. The Lake Michigan Circle Tour would take us north through Wisconsin and Michigan to the Upper Peninsula and then east around the shores of the lake, turning south through Indiana before arriving home in Illinois to the west.
We’d made arrangements to stay with our friend, Erin, for the first night in Milwaukee. The drive north was a familiar one, passing out of the suburbs of Chicago into the farmland of northern Illinois and ...