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! ...
... ice and snow. The beaches are of course quite different in the warmer months and attract plenty of people for swimming and sunbathing. We followed the lakefront around to Navy Pier. Plenty of hardy joggers and people walking dogs along the way, despite the freezing conditions. Not too much happening with the outdoor attractions given the weather, but the indoor areas were still crowded with tourists and locals.
It's long been a dream for Suzanne to come to Chicago. Yes, she like so many have transited via O'Hare (and even stayed over night due to bad weather) but she never had a chance to tour the city.
This dream plus the fact the boys are studying Van Gogh as part of their art appreciation course this period, Art Institute of Chicago was a great choice for us as the museum has many special works of his. ...
... he lived his life on his terms.. portrayed in the movie 'Cars' as Filmore.. he refused his name to to be used
turning down a 3 mil contract, he stood by his principals on account he didn't want ...