Super 8 Chicago Northlake O'Hare South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and see. Spent the rest of the night there looking at the sunset and then the passing lights of Kansas City where we stopped for a while. An attendant was busily refilling the trains water tanks as we waited. Returned to the room about midnight, and I proceeded to the top bunk. A little bit of planning involved going in feet first as there was no way to turn around once up there. Slept surprisingly well with the rocking motion of the ...
... front of us. They were betting a dollar between themselves on what the player was going to do and they asked us if we wanted to join in. We all said no but they realised we were English so that got the ball rolling and I spent the remainder of the game laughing at them because they were quite drunk and saying really funny things. One of the guys asked us if we had heard of a place called Hurley, again we all said no but later on he mentioned the Thames and I realised where he ...
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... Quite a weather change from Mexico! I watched Jen's daughters play lacrosse and saw Riley at gymnastics. Jen and I had a great time catching up at brunch my first day and had an amazing Indian dinner with the family on Friday night. On Saturday, we played paddle tennis in the snow at night and dined with Byron and Jen at their country club. We had more ...
... passes, we then hopped on a bus down the Magnificent Mile back to the Hancock Building, hoping to have missed the crowds at the Cheesecake Factory. Unfortunately, no luck as we waited 35 minutes, and then found out it would be another 40 for food. For travellers with Tall Ship Windy Tickets at the pier, we decided to head off and try our luck elsewhere. Our travels would continue to confound us today as we somehow managed to then find a Starbucks that had run out ...