Super 8 Chicago / Loyola University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were directed at me! But no pressure. Got some interesting questions too: how it was that sharia law is valid in my country (?) and how come that my government was paying for me to come to America. Next to that though, I heard interesting stories of Mennonite history, and how the lady opposite of me had arrived in the harbour of Rotterdam the same weekend of the great flood in 1953, and had seen dead cows floating about. ...
... I tried to call a taxi, and hardly understanding the man through the phone, he only had to ask me 7 times what exit I was at..."I have no clue...". Apparently, he was referring to a sign (the size of my hand), in an airport arrivals hall! And standing at the exit for (probably) over half an hour, I called again. Wait again. And apparently we were picking up 2 more people (why not), and it still cost me 65 dollar! ...
The moment I arrived in Chicago I knew I was not even going to scratch the surface of this city. Not literally, I mean, that'd be kinda weird. I wanted to hit the blues bars and feel like Al Capone but by the time I got to the hostel it was 9pm and I'd been travelling for 10 hours and jumped through the time vortex (aka moved from Eastern Standard Time to Central Time). I was tired, and it didn't help that the hostel had some amazing facilities (including a grand piano) which ...
... became very serious because the flood doors had been removed from the old tunnels after they fell into disuse."Wikipedia Now back to what I know...The upshot of all this was that it wasn't dealt with as soon as it was found by a telecommunications worker who was inspecting cable, and the tunnel breach led to an emergency situation. Basements in a number of office buildings in The Loop and an underground shopping district were flooded, as was the basement of the ...
... to fill in the time very easily. It was a beautiful morning which, combined with the fact that tomorrow is a US-wide public holiday, meant that the streets were filled with a mixture of locals and visitors. Little Market Brasserie is affiliated with the adjoining Talbott Hotel, and we could choose to eat inside the hotel or out on the sidewalk. On such a warm morning little discussion was needed and we were led to an outdoor table in a nook that had been created between the ...