Hyatt Place Hoffman Estates
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... original flight back an hour - Wendy had the updated itinerary while Yvonne had a copy of the original as booked in the middle of the year). When all this was eventually sorted, we were issued our boarding passes all the way through to Melbourne, with only the obstacle of a security clearance between us and the departure lounge. Another wait ensued as we twisted and turned through the maze created by those spring-loaded, pull-out barriers they used to channel people ...
... hand. And children displayed that simplicity. They had no toys, and I mean no toys, except for what they made — a soccer ball from rolled up plastic bags, something similar to jacks only played with stones, and some sort of game played with a couple of bottle caps. They had no cups to drink water from the wells, no shoes for running in the hot sand, and ragged clothes to wear to school.
And yet the people were very warm and welcoming. Malawi is ...
... That night we took a trip to Wrigley Field as the Chicago Cubs were playing the St Louis Cardinals - my first ever baseball game!! Even though I didn't really know all of the rules I loved it, mostly the singing parts (which I knew most of the words from watching movies) and when the crowd were going mad! Really good atmosphere - we even got our picture taken with Clark, their mascot! And the cubs won which made it even ...
... it out. It was lunchtime, and very busy - people purchasing food from a variety of bakeries and fast food outlets, along with stalls selling perfumes, jewellery etc. We made our way back to the hotel (with only a couple of U-turns), grabbed a quick cup of tea in the dining room, and caught a cab to the domestic airport where checking in was an absolute breeze in comparison to LAX. It was now roughly 2:00pm, so we walked to the Admirals Club where we bought a light lunch ...
... back on our bikes we soon encountered a marathon (separate to the March of Dimes) for which a few roads had been closed. An especially handsome law enforcement officer gave us instructions on how to ride around the roadblocks, and I was so distracted I nearly crashed my bicycle.
That evening Elizabeth and JD took me to Howl at the Moon, which was (fortunately) not an activity but rather the name of a dueling piano bar in downtown Indianapolis. This was an ...