Regal Inn Chicago-O'Hare Airport Franklin Park
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- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... still listed as gate 16.....and it's also listed as gate 21. henry starts running while I follow him and Jeff is behind me. Henry is holding up his pants with one hand, his paperwork in the other, and down the hall he goes like there's a fire. We arrive at gate 21, and everyone is waiting to board. They held the plane for a few minutes for us Easter Islanders. Our only other option would have been to sleep in the terminal at Santiago and wait until morning to try to get back to ...
... great and the main floor had the largest complete T-Rex in the world. We also liked the Early America exhibit and it was really large. We had to hurry through the third floor because of closing time and Berkshire Hathaway had rented the facility out for an awards ceremony in which the staff was setting up. We left at 5:00 pm and realized we had spent an entire work day (9-5) in museums. Our last stop for the day would be only two miles away but took 20 minutes due to rush ...
... low prices for beer, wine and spirits), most things on offer were similar to back in Australia. USA-made items such as Kitchen Aid appliances were noticeably cheaper but general food and household products were similarly priced when taxes were added to the shelf price. The return journey was a bit of a squeeze, with the rear seat passengers nursing two dozen rolls of toilet paper, a dozen boxes of tissues and a large set of Tupperware ...
... gorgeous -- in big places and small. Not only is the architecture stunning, but everywhere one can see creative beauty, in the glorious well-tended parks, in the ironwork in the many bridge railings, even in the smallest details, like grates or drains, beautifully crafted in Art Deco or Art Nouveau style..
Our infatuation began with Union Station: simply awe-inspiring in its grandeur, a huge beautiful hall of limestone ...
... OK, I guess. Some nice Roman stuff, some good Greek stuff ... but not as much or as good as what is in the Met in New York ... and some quite reasonable Remingtons (Wild West-y paintings and bronzes ... quite famous). Also a fairly good collection of Impressionists.
Lots and lots of 'Modern' and 'Contemporary' so-called 'Art' ... basically modern **** ... but here are some photos of Chagall's 'American Windows' for Jen ... and some Remingtons for the rest of you.