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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... could see the beautiful skyline. Then we got closer to the airport we could see a lot of the cool planes. We arrived at the airport and unloaded the bus. We all went towards our terminal to use the restroom but then were informed we were standing In a fire lane and had to move. However, some people were still in the restroom and their bags were out with us, so the woman was not happy with us and told ...
... stepped up to the ticket counter the agent informed Carlo in rapid Spanish that our flight was delayed by an hour and would depart at 3 pm. They printed off new tickets for us, checked my bad, and we were directed towards security. There were two check points but thankfully Carlo and I were the only people in line so we easily went through.
Seeing as it was about lunch time, I figured it would be a smart idea to get some food and started to look around ...
... least. It had just about stopped when I met Mumsie again and we decided to head back to the motel - shopping on the "Magnificent Mile" is very expensive - and we got as far as an Irish Pub before thirst and hunger got the better of us and we had to pause for refreshment. Later we had a great dinner just nearby us, and then caught the 7.45pm Lake and River Cruise, which took us out into Lake Michigan ...
... and buses; and so many more. These people constantly reminded me that people are naturally kind, and that every person has a unique and beautiful story to tell! It is because of these people that I will never be the same.
So many things did not make this list but were equally as cool: sipping on my first Guinness while listening to traditional Irish music in a classic tiny Irish pub ...
... s Magnificent Mile. On Sunday, the weather turns a wee bit colder and the city justifies it's title of the Windy City. We head down to Ohio beach and Navy Pier and look out onto the lovely Lake Michigan. Then hop on a boat and undertake the architectural tour of the city. In the evening we head north of the city to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs for Tash's first live sporting event ever. The Cubs are playing the St Louis Cardinals and we have tickets. We dress ...