Regal Inn Chicago-O'Hare Airport Franklin Park
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... over to a food truck to order a serve of funnel cake that was prepared on the spot - although it was not as though it needed much preparation, as it was simply basic doughnut batter deep fried and generously dusted with icing sugar. After sampling the sweet, deep crispy fried dough with a soft centre, we moved on to a taco stand; after inspecting the process and ingredients we placed our order and were soon ...
... lots of fun to experience such an historic ballpark. We left after two hours with the game tied 3-3, to continue our journey. We drove a couple hours, unfortunately crossing a time zone so it was almost 1:00 when we got to South Bend, Indiana. Eastern Time! And the game was still going when we finally went to sleep - 16 innings and the Cubs won. Four states for us ...
... the car to finish our drive to the airport, return the rental car and take the shuttle to our terminal. Getting through bag drop and security was quick so we sit here at our gate waiting for our flight to Dublin which is happily on-time. Probably going to take another little walk before they start boarding this plane.
See ya on the other side of the pond ...
... to watch the game, back in 1909. Due to the openness of the stadium, the nearby houses have terraced seating on their roofs and charge the public to view the cubs games from their roof tops! I also saw, Hugh Hefner's first Playboy mansion here in Chicago. Hugh hung a brass plate across the door warning, 'if you don't swing, don't ring'. Today, the mansion is converted into apartments. From there, it was onto ...