Springhill Suites Chicago Downtown / River North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So at this point, my mom and I were so exhausted.
After DC/Baltimore, we drove to Philly and then we took the last flight to Chicago.
This was my first time in Chicago, and although I loved UChicago, the rain didn't really help. I was struck by how metropolitan it was though. Growing up in Tokyo and New York and now living in a little …
... um, IVAN...the lady is talking to you'. Ryan was super embarrassed but didn't think we had heard, but I did :) Anyway, the age-old story of dad confusing the barista goes like this this time; Barista: 'what would you like me to make for you sir?' Dad: 'a tea please' Barista: 'what kind of iced tea would you like?' Dad: (blank) Me: 'oh no he means hot tea, sorry' Barista: 'oh ok, what kind of hot tea would you like?' Dad: 'a big one please' Barista: (blank) Me: ...
... telling the guy in front of us that the "engine generator" (sounds important) has failed and we have to go back to Chicago. But we can't land with a full tank of fuel (duh), so we have to fly around Michigan for a while. Eventually we do land back at O Hare around 10, the flight gets cancelled, and we're told to stand in line to rebook for tomorrow. So we call United and reschedule and finally leave the airport around 11 ...
... our flight wasn't until the evening we basically had a whole day. Theresa and Jonty had membership cards for The Art Institute so that meant we could get in for free. It is a massive museum and would take a whole day or longer to get around it all. We only stayed for a couple hours and did the recommended highlights which included some Monet and Vincent Van Gogh. It is the second largest Art Museum in the US after Metropolitan Museum of Art in ...
... Foundation which is a non profit organisation that inspires people to discover why design matters. The Foundation consists of at least 450 volunteers from varying professional backgrounds, who have undergone extensive training on Chicago’s history as well as its famous architectural wonders. Our volunteer was a retired marketing executive who has called Chicago home for 25 years. She entertained and informed us for 90 long but enjoyable minutes and helped each and ...