Residence Inn Chicago Oak Brook
Travel Blogs from Oak Brook
16th December - Monday
Rugged up, not many clothes left in our bag, most of them are on our backs and legs and feet and head, off we went into the city, still minus 10.
We went to the Amtrak station to sort our a few problems that we had created. The lady who called us over looked like Madam Hitler and we just ...
... obliged! Some wore the funniest costumes, pink or acid green tutus anyone ( and these were guys!) I even saw one dressed as Super Mario! There were about 45000 entrants in the race, and even now, I don't know the name of the person who won, but I know that was not the thing most people left with. There was a sense of patriotism in the best sense, especially when we saw runners honouring the Boston Marathon, runners or victims. Yes, I won't lie and say the thought of what ...
... with your income to handle. You don't have to pay off your debt in full right away, but set up a system that will allow you to chip away at it.
Make a thorough inspection of your credit report very carefully for any possible errors. There could be a mistake or error in error.If you can prove that a given discrepancy is invalid, you should submit a credit dispute to the institution that gave you a bad mark on your report.
... as there wasn't anything of real interest.
Back to the hotel and met up with Karl, Vicki and Julie who had also been out on the town. Off to the amazing corner supermarket to get dinner and wine, then retreated to the roof top pool to enjoy.
Julie was going to go out on the night tour but after waiting for over an hour, she gave up and came back.
Off tomorrow to the beginning of Route 66 and our slower journey back to LA.
... game celebrations in Wrigleyville. The atmosphere was intense in the streets, every bar was packed except ours. At 2am when everything closed, the sirens were now in the streets along with a couple thousand fans and partygoers. After a solid 16 hours of drinking (Harry’s last 5 was of Jaeger-bombs) I put Harry and myself to bed.
I woke up "disorientated" at the girls hostel and gathered up the pieces to quickly rally Harry together and head back to the hostel ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility