Red Roof Inn Chicago - O'Hare Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was, and I quote; 'take out the plug, whack it on the back a few times, wait a couple of minutes, plug it back in and it should work.' Now I'm not sure whether to be more concerned that his professional advice was to just 'whack' it, or whether it was the fact he said it with such confidence that it was apparently a regular problem!
Anyway, whacking it did actually work (to the guy's credit), and so we set about ...
... plate, then headed back to the stores to browse. Maggie made a few gift purchases at Marbles (the Brain Store), then we headed for the Chicago souvenir shop which always seems to have interesting mementos to take back to Australia; unfortunately they are closing down so stock was very limited. We left Water Tower Place and popped in to North Face where we spent quite some time browsing the racks and trying things on. Nothing was on sale (other shops had Memorial Day ...
... the malls are something else!!! It's been snowing th whole time so we have had to book another night because it's too dangerous to drive to Knoxville where Matts mom lives....about a four hour drive away...will post more photos when I can find some free WiFi as right now I am using my phones data (telecom is expensive!!). love to New Zealand ...
... the traffic layer to the map. I saw a new color Black - I've seen Red, Yellow and Green, but never Black before. Not wanting to see what Black really looks like on the highway we quickly exited and were blessed by a nice toll attendant who gave us a nice detour. It took us up to Lake Eire again and down Rt. 2 to 53 and then back to I90 after the accident. This probably added 50+ miles but saved ...
... on Saturday. We also picked up a piece of Pleasant Ridge Reserve, a gruyere-style farmstead cheese from neighbouring state Wisconsin. We spent some time looking for cheese platter accompaniments - quince paste is not readily available in stores here, though Pastoral does stock an imported Spanish brand. Most platters instead come with some sort of jam - today at lunch we had a marmalade accompaniment; Sarah's favourite is fig jam. We made our way to Ontario ...