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... could see the beautiful skyline. Then we got closer to the airport we could see a lot of the cool planes. We arrived at the airport and unloaded the bus. We all went towards our terminal to use the restroom but then were informed we were standing In a fire lane and had to move. However, some people were still in the restroom and their bags were out with us, so the woman was not happy with us and told ...
... people I wanted to meet on this journey, booking mismatch; misplacing one of the valued gift from my dad -almost before the trip-my first camera; ditching friends for meetups
It is what it is.. Acceptance is what I am learning with all these little roadblocks and yet focusing on the trip. Just like a river.. to a destination unknown. Yet a lot to plan and prepare.. Excitement has not yet kicked in.
... Like everywhere else in Chicago, it is beautiful in construction and meticulously maintained with flowers and landscaping everywhere.
Part of the attraction is the Midway, complete with Ferris wheel, which we felt only fitting to ride, since the Ferris wheel was first invented by George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. for the 1893 World's Columbian Exhibition in Chicago, which is still widely considered the ...
... there for a bit and seeing white i came back down the tower, got some souvenirs on the street and then some lunch. I returned to the metro and caught it to the Roosevelt station – the station nearest the hotel. I then walked through grant park and went to the field museum.
I went into the field museum and got a ticket - $25 for the ticket. It was worth it as there was lots of stuff here, from various animals in ecosystems to ...
... a plate of curry wurst, or even the potato pancakes could stop us from slowly getting so cold we had to come home. Paddy and Terry had been planning to go to a jazz club. We were so glad of that cup of tea when we got home.
The temperature was -8, feels like -16, and I had planned to take beautiful photos, but I couldn't leave my gloves off long enough for a decent one, even using the auto setting. Expecting more overnight snow.