Motel 6 Chicago- Rolling Meadows
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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8.59 Flying out early tomorrow, so this is our last chance to explore a great American location and be on holiday. This afternoon should be slightly traumatic as we try and shove all our dirty washing , the vast amount of **** we've purchased, and our clean clothes into a limited luggage space. There will be tears and abandoned cosmetics methinks. We have travelled south down Michigan Avenue to a bright modern eatery called Yolk. It is hammered and ...
... the Missouri river, the boundary between Nebraska and Iowa. The country side was not mountainous but it is not flat, it is a rolling green arable landscape with corn being a popular crop. The train trundled on between the farms and small towns for the rest of the morning. At some times the landscape was similar to England with green rolling hills disappearing into the distance. The railway line was often lined with trees so that the view ...
Our plane flight to Chicago was beautiful. It seemed every time I looked out the window an entirely different scene passed by. Watching San Fran was amazing as the fog bank rolled in. We then passed over Yosemite and saw snow capped mountains, then desert very similar to Death Valley. We passed salt flats and extensive agricultural land before passing over Chicago. The public transport here is excellent so we had no issue getting to our hostel. Thankfully we are in a ...
... early! The service was very friendly, the pilots were funny and nice and even the landing on the runway was actually a pretty good one! Seems as though the only thing I'm not liking so far is how long it takes for your baggage to get unloaded off the aeroplane... Waited quite a while at the carousel! However I was happy when I got my case cause there's nothing worse than if they forget to load it on! Walked out and got a taxi to my B&B. ...
... Million Dollar Quartet", which would require us to travel on the L train system as it was a bit off Broadway. That was fine with us, isn't that an iconic symbol of the city? I'd been hoping we'd get the opportunity to use it! The rest of the day was spent exploring the rest of the city tour loop, and doing some browsing along the Magnificent Mile. We tried to get into the Willis Tower, buying tickets through the bus company, but when we arrived at that stop and went in, we ...