Residence Inn Chicago Naperville / Warrenville
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... a sardine feels! At the gate, as I'm about to board the American Airlines flight attendant asks for my passport, ticket and visa. As you can imagine I have researched immigration, visas etc to for Bali and Shanghai. Upon arriving in Bali you pay $35 and they let you into their lovely little slice of paradise for 30 days, pretty simple. Shanghai, you can chill in the airport or if your feeling adventures and have a layover long ...
... when I say I almost wet myself, I was so scared! We literally sat on the roof for hours just talking, listening to music, having a couple drinks while watching the lightning in the near distance.
The next morning, I got up at 4:30am (god knows how) and went to the airport to catch my flight, on the train on the way to the airport I met a wicked guy, who turned out to be a music producer that has recently worked with chance ...
Our flight from Chicago to JFK was cancelled! What a way to start our vacation.... haha! After a little scrambling with Delta, we rescheduled a flight to Laguardia in New York, took a taxi to JFK and caught our flight to Tel Aviv with little time to spare. The Delta folks and the Moody Tour people assisted us well in what was quite a stressful situation for all 38 of us flying out of Chicago to New ...
... a few of us headed to the John Hancock observatory which we were going to go up and look out over the city. But we got distracted when we got there and went to the Cheesecake Factory instead. I had white choc, caramel and macadamia nut cheesecake which was unsurprisingly delicious. Once we'd eaten we went to go up but our preparation was terrible and it was closed for the night. So we went back to the hostel instead and called it a ...
... hopped on Divvy bikes down the street. It's the greatest idea ever. We paid $7 for a day pass for 2 bikes. The catch is you have 30mins to make it to the next bike station otherwise you have to pay $8 if your a minute late. Once you make it to the next divvy station you lock your bike in and put a new code in, which they give you when you swipe your credit card. There's a bike station always within a 5 minute bike ride. We rode to Lincoln Park and rode the ...