Regal Inn Chicago-O'Hare Airport Franklin Park
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Chris went online and searched the ZipCar web site for the closest available vehicles. A suitable-sized Nissan sedan was parked just two blocks away and immediately reserved for three hours from 12.30pm to 3.30pm.. At 12.15pm Sarah and Chris headed over to find the vehicle - once located, a wave of the ZipCar card over a transponder-like device fitted to the top corner of the windscreen unlocked the doors. After adjusting the seating position ...
... today, just about every made for a specific process. If you need to work on a large garden or an extensive area of field or pasture, a subcompact or compact tractor will fit heavy duty landscaping jobs and tasks like digging, hauling or ploughing. A subcompact tractor is truly a smaller-sized edition of the light-weight tractor. There are the versatility and power to do a massive bunch of garden undertakings which include trimming, ...
Set out for more exploring this morning, stopping for a light breakfast at one of the numerous cafés in the area and then used the last day of our 3 day bus pass to head down to the start of Route 66 to check out the roads before we leave tomorrow! After much walking we found the marked start and got our bearings, then it was back on the bus and around to Navy Pier for a look. A large thunderstorm had everyone diving for the shelter of the ...
... where you can photograph yourself 180 degrees upwards and grassy patches, millennium park is a great relaxing, cultural find amongst the other busy touristy sights and it's also free which is always a plus for travellers. After a bit of walking round, I eventually headed towards the field museum of natural history. On the way, however, I stumbled across the Chicago cultural centre which I had read about in my lonely planet. I had not planned to go there but, my ...
... fun to catch up with long-lost family (especially when they are interesting, fun people), and I think we are all looking just as good as we were 1979, albeit with more contemporary clothing and hairstyles!
My first stop on my ambitious road trip was actually still within Florida (but just barely), literally a stone’s throw from the Georgia state line. White Oak Conservancy, officially located in Yulee, Florida, is neither a zoo nor do they have pygmy ...