By the time we got to the airport, I was half frozen and ready to warm up.
I contacted a car service to take me from Orland Park to Chicago. I knew it was going to cost a fortune, but I didn’t want to leave my park at the airport. I contacted the car service and the total price for the ride was supposed to be $43. When I contacted the car service, the price jumped up to $67. The driver arrived in a late-model sedan. I hopped in the car and it wasn’t very warm. I asked the driver if she could adjust the heat. He didn’t seem to hear my request. About 10 minutes later, I asked the driver to adjust the heat a second time. This time, she told me that the heat in her car was not working. I was beside myself with aggravation, especially since I was paying $70 for a ride to the airport. It felt like it was 60° or less inside of the car. The driver didn’t turn the heat on at all. Honestly, she could have been lying when she said it was broken. I never would have known, because she never turned the heat on at all while I was in the car. By the time we got to the airport, I was half frozen and ready to warm up. Unfortunately, I had to stand in the terminal for almost two hours and there wasn’t much warm air there. The back doors to the shuttle area kept opening and closing. Every time they did, a huge burst of cold air blew through the doors. I didn’t feel warm until I was sitting on the plane with the heater running.