Residence Inn Chicago O'Hare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... are granted 72 to leave the airport and explore the city, no visa required. This is true provided your from a handful of countries including the good ol USA. So my response of "I'm going to Bali" apparently wasn't what she expected and I was pulled out of line to explain my itinerary. Luckily, upon consulting the internet it was proclaimed I was allowed to board sans visa! So with my heart still slightly racing fearing ...
... that was pretty sweet to learn about at 5am. Chicago was easily one of my favourite places so far, along with Montreal, Phillie and New York. 48 was not long enough to see everything, but long enough to completely fall in love with the place. I am learning so so much every day and am super excited to share all of my crazy stories with my family and friends whenever I return home. Chi town I will be back! Goodbye Chicago and ello Vancouver !
... of us have had a few chuckles sharing our stories.
We arrived in Tel Aviv at 5:00 pm on Thursday. Our flight was good. Ten hours in an airplane can be a struggle, but we slept a bit, watched a few movies, and strolled down the aisles to keep the blood flowing.
The hotel in Tel Aviv has been great! Our room offered a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea. After dinner, we went ...
... along Lake Michigan. The park had a great view of the city skyline. From there we made our way to Millennium park to see THE BEAN! Lets just say I couldn't wait. We finally arrived at Millennium park and there it was...nothing at that moment could have taken the big smile on my face away. It's always been on my bucket list. As with any attraction came tourists which was complicated getting photos but we made do. When you stand under the bean it's awesome how ...
... so we walked the three blocks to Toni's Patisserie - an old favourite from former visits. We were very happy to find ourselves drinking good coffee (and eating delicious French pastries) as the rain began to fall. We lingered even longer and shared a salad plate for lunch, then walked home under as many awnings as we could find; arriving back at the apartment looking rather sodden nonetheless. Once we had dried off, Max booked a taxi to take us ...