Regal Inn Chicago-O'Hare Airport Franklin Park

Address: 2448 N. Mannheim Rd., Franklin Park, Illinois, 60131, United States | Hotel
 
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      En Route

      A travel blog entry by caracapp3 on Feb 19, 2015

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      ... Pack a semester of stuff into two suitcases two days before I leave, check Unpack said suitcases at airport because they are still too heavy after the heavy charge, check Horrible sad goodbyes, check Now I can finally relax or am going to be forced to relaxed for the next 24 hours. I don't think my brain is fully comprehending this situation to be honest. I feel I have a great quality of not worrying or overthinking all the bad things that go into leaving ...

      Zip Cars, Costco, Girl and The Goat

      A travel blog entry by chris_a on Dec 27, 2014

      Today was Chris's first attempt at renting a ZipCar on his newly created account. Setting up the account required a copy of his current driver's licence, a statement of his driving record for the past five years (unblemished, of course) and a few personal details. Once processed, a ZipCar card was issued and that was that. Plans were to head over to a nearby Costco outlet and help Sarah stock up on a few essentials while there were plenty of helping ...

      Plane, Train & an Automobile

      A travel blog entry by jmatczak on Aug 29, 2014

      ... I do feel once you have seen one fish, you have seen them all). I'm also very excited for the seafood and for the abundance of (inexpensive and good) sushi. One in five people in Vancouver are from Asia. I'm guessing I haven't done a ton of planning because it's "just" Canada after all, our friendly neighbor to the north. It's a bit different than traveling solo to Colombia. But still, I have some Canadian money in tow and it should be a good time. Eh ...

      End of the line - Chicago

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 21, 2014

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      ... teams are big rivals the tickets are expensive $40 to stand (no thanks, not for 9 innings) or $65 for an obstructed view (umm no). The scalpers cheapest tickets are $50 so we decide to just take some photos and jump on the train again.

      We try to get to a club that plays blues in the afternoon - Buddy Guys Legends bar. We get there just a little too late. The set had just finished. Boo again. We settle for having a drink at the bar. The place is pretty cool to look at. ...

      Day 12-14

      A travel blog entry by katrina3198 on Jun 05, 2014

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      ... the locals, is a magnificent sculpture and watching the reflected skyline change as you walk around it is so interesting. There is also another exhibit called the Crown Fountain, which was great to watch. It is meant to represent the gargoyles that watch over the city. In this case the faces of different city residents play out and over massive glass blocks and then spurt out water every so often. Pretty cool. After that, we headed back to West Town and wandered around ...