Residence Inn Chicago Oak Brook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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On the way home we swung by O'Hare airport to pick up a hire car for our road trip to Cincinnati. We have never been there before so we were looking forward to doing another road trip with Jeff and Jenni as they have planned a baseball game for us to go to. It was a late arrival home, sometime after midnight, and we had to get up at 4:30am to get to the game in time.
So, next up. The ROAD Trip.
... called "Affordable Necessities"...they might as well have just put a sign that said "Broke Students (me) go here." I got a cheap bag for my laptop and iPad, but it was hard not to buy more! I just kept thinking, "tomorrow European merch will be tempting you, don't do it;" it worked. Later, I kept window shopping and spent probably about $20 on bottled water...painful. Some other highlights of the airport (not that $20 on water was a highlight but I'm now ...
As I stated
before, my story is jumpy due to lack of internet. In reality I am back home in
Chicago. Would you like to hear more?
journey I experienced many firsts:
traveling internationally completely alone
countries of China, Mongolia, Siberia & Russia
foods, drinking fire water, cognac & ...
... T-Rex, among other cool things.
After the museum we went to watch the Cubs play at their home ground, Wrigley Field. The ground is one of the very few original grounds left in the US and has been in play for 100 years. The Cubs managed to win the game but I think it is fair to say the game was pretty dull. It took the best part of 2 hours for the first runs to be scored...
Being an old field, the ...
... centers, and other recreational opportunities. It will then be the largest urban park in the United States. We have been impressed by Dallas in general - it is a very clean city, with plenty to see and do. We would have liked to have had time to spend at the Science Museum which was opened in 2012, or the Museum of Art / Sculptural Centre. We are both talking of coming back this way in the future. At the completion of the tour, Maggie and I headed down to the underground network ...