Super 8 Chicago O'Hare Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... We ventured out for a 5km walk that took us alongside the river and north-east into areas closer to S&M's previous apartment. A quick stop at the Whole Foods supermarket was in order to get some freshly baked bread for lunch. The afternoon has been filled with comparisons of the Fitbit results recorded during the morning walk, plus a variety of home maintenance matters involving ladders and electrical things. We are all heading off to a ...
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... so I hear). I know, not my normal laying on the beach with a drink in my hand kind of vacation.... but I am drawn to go on this journey (not sure why yet... but... I'm going!)
Thank you for all of your well wishes. They really mean a lot to me. Oh, and a special shout out to David H who sent me a translation of "I would like a beer, please" in Portuguese! :)
... 8th), 108 storeys, 1451 feet high to reach the sky deck although the mist prevented us viewing the spectacular views of the city and Lake Michigan! Lovely dinner at Vapiano's and then back to the hotel at 10.30 pm, all shattered. Off to Walmart in a mo to buy a Sat Nav before a 4 hr drive to St Louis - hoping to catch the World Cup final en route as a 2 pm KO out ...
... sodden when we arrived, the cooking class was great fun. We were intrigued by the young woman who would not /could not eat dairy or meat (meaning she could only try the rice) - intrigued not because of her intolerances, but because of her expectation that, without prior notice, the menu should be adapted to suit those intolerances. (The answer, by the way, was "no" - well done, chef Brian). We cooked chicken and mango skewers which were marinated in a ...