Residence Inn Chicago O'Hare
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this game, we are a bit upset the Chicago Bulls aren't playing a game while we are in town. Dinner at RPM- was about a 10 minute walk for the hotel, it was freezing and I thought it was a good idea to wear a dress with stockings, nope they didnt help that much! But once at the resturant it was nice and warm. It was a very modern and upscale bar/resturant, candles everywhere and all the staff wore white coats. We were worried about the price at this point, ...
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I love trains. They're perfect. I love Chicago. It's a pretty cool town. I love free lodging. (Thanks Aunt Dianne and Uncle Gary!) If it's free, it's for me. So I'm pretty sure I can't think of a better situation than staying for free in South Bend, Indiana and taking a train into Chicago. Follow me? It's a pretty long train ride into Chicago at just over two hours. The train doors opened to reveal that ...
... two stages, with a band on each playing for an hour at a time. Thus if you wanted to see it all you had to keep changing seats! And the bands weren't even that separate. In true Blues style, the guitarist of this one, was the bassist of that one etc. etc. It was a good night, and nice to have some decent social interaction that has been largely missing of late. I spent most of the nigh talking to a Bristolian girl called Katie, who is about to start a year of uni somewhere in the ...