The Burnt Toast Inn
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... we looked at the markers.
These were only a few that I took.
Steve and Kim
Here's the ...
Woo hoo! After recovering from our lovely wedding and the holiday season we are just 12 hours away from take off for our Thai honeymoon. Our bags are packed, the house is clean, and we've said our goodbyes. Nothing else to do other than start our travel blog and get some sleep. You won't be surprised that we've prioritized the last two items differently. Peter is sound asleep and I'm convinced that staying ...
... maybe, just maybe, with this being a weekday . . . and school not in session in Ann Arbor . . . that maybe this would be a less than a packed train . . . WRONG!! Forgot about the Girl Scouts on a field trip . . . and people with kids going to the museums in CHI . . . etc, etc, etc. The train was packed!!
But, Chicago does a better job than any other station . . . of queuing the seniors, families, and those needing some ...
We had breakfast at the Holiday Inn Express at the breakfast buffet--so did everyone else in the hotel!! Our train didn't leave until 12:50 pm so we didn't have to rush to the station.
We got to Union Station a little early and picked up some sandwiches and dessert for the ride on the train. Good thing we got there early--the train was packed and they started the loading early. The do ...
... and trust in Billy, I everything would be fine. I think I said something like "Holy ****!"
Of course, we still had 10 miles of lights to go, and I became a bit unpleasant - imagine that. It couldn't possibly have been my fault and Mary was sitting right there, so for the next 10 miles everything that was wrong in the universe was Mary's fault. We got through ...