Super 8 Chicago Northlake O'Hare South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We have had some wonderful days in Chicago, and the weather has been amazing, given that this is the American "fall". We have especially enjoyed the trees and the many colours.
Have done heaps of things - been to one of my favourite stores, Hobby Lobby, our favourite mall, Woodfield, our favourite shopping stores at Deer Park, downtown Chicago for a ...
... was told that I had a pass to the Admiral's Club so I headed there for lunch, which turned out to be "Grown Up Grilled Cheese". I figured with a name like that it deserved a grown up drink to go with it, so of course I had a glass of wine to toast my takeoff!
... to use the new kiosk system. This was pretty easy. We then proceeded to baggage claim where all our bagged was present. Then it was time for customs. No one got pegged or pulled over! Which meant that we could immediately re-check our bags and continue to our next flight. A captain from Lufthansa saw Frau ahead of the group and asked where we were headed and gave her directions to the terminal and some tips. We transferred via bus ...
... every tourist must soak up. Unfortunately, the Cubs lost but that did not take away from the excellent atmosphere that radiated from the huge, iconic building that was wrigley field. We carried on the traditions by having a burger and chips (or fries not to confuse anyone with American English...I have realised I need to translate sometimes considering I met someone who ordered burger and chips and it came with crisps. Go figure) and, with extremely full bellies, ...