Rickys CrestonAmerican • Canada
Was very happy to find Free WiFi hotspot here.
It's not Great American Bagel Bakery at O'Hare, but these are pretty darn good bagels. I go for the egg and cheese on sesame.
It's why I fly through Chicago -- egg & cheddar on a sesame bagel, toasted. :-)
Amazing what a few months of not traveling will do to your status. Was forced to check my bag all the way to Winnipeg. Group 7. G R O U P 7
I didn't know there were so many North Carolina wines. I look forward to learning more.
A bit crowded, but a pre-visit to the Great American Bagel Bakery helps make life good.
The snacks are great, if you can tolerate a bit of a kick.
Chocolate chip cookies are taste better than they look.
Walk down to Brueggers, grab a bagel, and walk back to the Admirals.
I second the recommendation of Brueggers, unless you're flying to Chicago, where you can enjoy a slightly better Great American Bagel Bakery bagel.
WiFi was free but only 0.19 Mb/s. Last nights' airport hotel in Calgary delivered 6.55 Mb/s. Also Manhattan Courtyard still disables computer input on their LCD TV.
Skip MacDonalds, and find UFoodGrill (around B8). My breakfast borrito was excellent and the baked fries were amazing. Service is also friendly and helpful, which is rare at airports.