Super 8 Chicago O'Hare South
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... before and they do start to board 1 hr before and are locked and loaded and off that gate on time. Something American based carriers should take note off.
#3 - Turkish airlines like all carriers has these strict carry-on rules about sizes but this carrier even goes to say only 8 kg which is about 17 lbs in total. I thought, oh no were are screwed in that one was 26 and the other 33lbs and they couldn't ...
... and light jackets for our heavy ones.
Lou and I decided to spend the morning walking along Michigan Ave, The Magnificent Mile! The plan was to dodge the wind by stopping and shopping along the way. Needless to say in the end of our shopping trip we came away almost empty handed. Along Michigan Ave we came across the Chicago River. This river ran through the city and out to Lake Michigan.
Chicago is a beautiful, clean city and it ...
... was still thoroughly entertaining.
Chicago is also known for having the biggest food festival in the world - the festival goes for 10days straight. These people clearly like their food! You can understand why America is obese.
Once we got our appetites back we bought some ribs to try. We got them from Uncle Bob's, the restaurant that won the peoples choice award last year. They were delicious! Louise got herself a corn on the cob, I had ...
Preserving a sharp, clean, spotless appearance in your windows at home or work is favorable in lots of ways. Whenever you're in the Kansas City window cleaning business like me, you learn very quickly just how important keeping a business's windows clear really is. If I can make a company more successful because of my trade, I take a lot of satisfaction in that. Making sure your place of business seems presentable and as clean as possible is a must for any business owner. ...
... of thumbing defiance towards the Prohibition laws that made drinking illegal back in the late 1920s. It isn't the only building in Chicago to resemble a bottle of alcohol...another near the Navy Pier looks just like a whiskey flask, no matter which direction you view it from, right to the giant round cap on the roof, which I can't remember the exact purpose of, but I'm sure it's more than decorative...! Chicago has seen many changes of face over the decades, so it's a fascinating ...