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    Day passes

    by bladedragon Updated Apr 4, 2011

    If you're visiting Chicago for 2 days or more and you're planning to travel a lot, it's advisable to get Day passes.
    There are 1-Day Fun Pass and 2, 3, or 5-day Visitor Passes.
    More than a week and you can get a concession pass.
    You can buy these passes from the vending machines at airports CTA stations, Visitor Information Centers downtown Jewel food stores and online.

    Vending machine at O'Hare airport

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    BIRCHY FLIES WITH NO FOOD!!!!!!!!!!

    by birchy99 Written May 29, 2005

    Be aware that United Airlines has stopped all complimentary food service on their domestic flights. Even though our tickets said "lunch" no lunch was offered. Granted, airline food is no great thing, but it would be nice to know ahead of time. That guy next to me with the "Onion Hero sandwich" knew ahead of time!
    I know the domestic airlines are in trouble but offering a "snack package" for $5 which consisted on nothing but fruit juce and high carb and fat chips and such things is no way to make up for it.
    Be aware; take some food along on long flights and make it something that won't offend your seat mates. Enough said.

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  • Once the water started to...

    by TOMHET Written Aug 24, 2002

    Once the water started to subside, some campers decided to drive out, even though the water was up to their floorboards, which were about 2 feet off the ground.

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