TownePlace Suites Chicago Lombard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Along our way to the O'Hare International Airport in Chicago we stopped for a picnic in Indiana at the welcome center. We also stopped off at a place called the Chocolate Garden where we each had a chocolate truffle tasting. We choose three samples from a long list of yummy options. I had the Vanilla Rose, Milk Chocolate Hazelnut and Dark Chocolate Orange. Then ...
... the internet and they had a nice set menus for $39.00 which looked just perfect for our wallets which had been taking a pounding the last few days ...well really since we had arrived in the states.....but heh we were on a holidays right .Well I don't know what happened but our cheap dinner turned into a $220 night ,think it had something to do with what they were pouring in our glasses ....my margarita was great though lol.And dinner was great as well Calamari for ...
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... He's a white guy that makes the best Mexican food in America. The mexicans are jealous of him. So am I. He is quite incredible. Anyway, he was three restaurants in a row in the middle of Chicago. Two are sit down spots, and Xoco is his quick eats restaurant. Tortas, Mexican sandwiches, make up the bulk of the menu. A torta and a stone ground, chile spiced hot chocolate and we were back on the train for South ...
After our first "free" breakfast in the hotel, we met Max and Sarah as planned just after 9:45am and walked with them to Michigan Avenue to catch the bus to the Field Natural History Museum. Public transport in Chicago is cheaper, more regular and (possibly as a result) more heavily patronised. A flat fee of $2.25 takes you anywhere within the city on buses and trains, and transfers within two hours are only 25c. We were at the museum by 10:00am, ...