Quality Inn O'Hare Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn O'Hare Airport Schiller Park
After about 12 hours flight, a good rest was all what we needed. This hotel provides all basic, the rooms are big, it has pretty good bed and a clean bathroom. It is 10-mins ride from the O'Hare Airport. It's not a fancy hotel and it is old but for a night or two it's fine.
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In der zweiten Nacht schlafen wir bereits besser. Der Jetlag nimmt ab! Der Himmel ist bewölkt und es geht ein extrem starker Wind. Die Temperatur ist knapp über Null. Später regnet es sogar leicht.
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Okay, it is now almost 3 early morning 20 March 2015, and I am already awake thanks to jetlag! (or is it just me? Marcel lays still in his deep sleep) It is now 9 am in Amsterdam, I normally just arrive at work around this time, so even though I am still tired after our journey Amsterdam-Chicago, but my eyes are wide open. But then hey, I can write …
... huge, we had to go back down to make sure they hadn't given us a different room type for a different price. The area was nice as well. We felt comfortable walking a block over to Dominos pizza which was the only thing open that late at night in the vicinity.
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