Residence Inn Chicago Schaumburg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
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... in some ice cream at the Haagen Das shop.
We didnt have much time for anything else after that really, the car had taken a while to sort so we headed back to get changed and head out for food. We went to a place called Roots in the East Village and had the most amazing pizza you will never see anywhere else. A Taco covered pizza with a most unusual salad. It was called an Orchard Salad and had, strawberries, goats cheese (i know) and a white ...
... on the plane during the layover. We flew an hour and 20 minutes from Detroit to Chicago. We safely reached Midway airport at 3:56 PM, said our goodbyes, and parted ways to go home.
$72.73 (Total spent during layover)
$11,416 (Flight back home)
Total Spent: $11488.73
... in the evening)) When we got to the United Center, we went on a little unintentional self guided tour, going the wrong way around the venue, and getting back around to the Michael Jordan statue nearly where we had been dropped off!! We took some photos and then headed back to gate 7 where by then the gates had opened at 5.30pm and we walked straight in. It is not American fashion to get to anything early and we had a quick look at the location of our seats where Dale was crazy ...
... Bill Murray, Alan Alda....and just about anyone who has appeared on SNL.
We arrived back at Randi's around 10 pm to recount the day and say our farewells. We loved Chicago, what a great town, unpretentious, great food, friendly people and an international metropolis....also enhanced by our fantastic hosts.
We were sad to leave as we had only just scratched the surface...we will be back!
... in staff issue us with boarding passes and we have 15 minutes to literally push, shove, cajole and run through security, immigration and miles of lovely smooth airport corridors and rather less rough travelators (no time to put sandals back on after security) to get to the gate furthest from the check in counters.
We stagger aboard and find we are assigned to last two seats in economy- you know, those ones that don't recline and are ...