Jameson Suites of Arlington Heights
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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... was standing around with their cameras on tripods! Ah well, we got some pictures and our feet hurt so we just kept meandering back to the van.
We drove out of Chicago to find a reasonably priced hotel for the night. We decided on a Comfort Inn in Arlington Heights that had an ad in the travel plaza coupon book. Again, a good price and we were glad to be off the road for a bit of a rest.
Our total mileage for Saturday was 513.7 miles!
... now through but wait, now I have to stand in an enclosed capsule, hands above my head, feet on marked footprints being xrayed or some such. Jon comes through his side, has to enter the same capsule and then gets patted down by a rubber-gloved guy who then tests the gloves and then swabs Jons hands and again tests...he's through. one of the nice guys who assisted through this process jokingly reminds us to always travel with passport. We will we will I trillI ...
Woke up at 6am on the farm and got everything packed and finalized. Said goodbye to everyone and we left just after 7am! Susan was kind enough to drive me all the way up to Washington airport. Thankfully because it was Memorial Day the traffic was very light so it made it a quicker journey than if we had to sit in traffic. Susan dropped me off and then I went to drop my bag off at the counter and took the train under the airport to get to my ...
... There were construction crews with huge trucks setting up barriers on both sides of the road, which was in the process of being closed to local traffic for the Columbus Day Parade. We almost gave up, but after walking back and forth, we finally saw a gap where we could cross the road and dashed across. It was worth the trouble, as you can hopefully see from the photos. The sun was obligingly shining at just the right angle, and with the city in the background, we were able to ...
... still in the building, you just go through a revolving door, and instead of glass there is very tightly packed vertical metal wires. You do get a breeze though. Speaking of vertical metal wires, a large bridge I went for a run over in Toronto has lots of similar though bigger and further spaced wires along it's length. They were added in the early noughts to prevent people jumping. There used to be one suicide every 22 days. Toronto ...