La Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Tinley Park
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... for them to de-ice our gate, it must have been incredibly cold outside.
When we arrived Jonty met us at the airport with a welcome balloon and sign, which was really lovely. This was the first time I'd met Jonty. We queued outside for a taxi and it was freezing!! I was luckily in trousers and a hoodie but still had my flip flops on from Vegas. Rob lost his fleece in Malaysia but hadn't needed it until now, so we knew a few new purchases ...
... almost every weekend. We both relished in some time for individual pursuits as well, Abby working on various art projects and learning a bit of Indonesian and Mike taking up rock climbing and learning a bit of Mandarin Chinese. It has been a blast, but the time has come to knock the dust off our backpacks and hiking boots and begin the next leg of this wonderful ...
... train that would be home for the next 56 hours was waiting. Our 'room' consisted of two chairs that faced each other and a bunk bed above our heads which folded up during the day. It was going to be cuddly. Dennis was our attendant for the trip and he came to introduce himself, he was on duty for the whole 56 hours, then had a day off before getting back on a return train!!
The bathrooms were shared ...
... lowering the blinds I happen to look down and see not one but two helicopters hovering not far from the ground. As I try to figure out what the heck is going on and freak out at the thought of anything bad happening just down below, the two take off and low and behold someone is dangling from one of them. I quickly notice that the second helicopter has a big white "bubble" at the front of it and realise that ...
... for afternoon of watching baseball. Todays game was Chicago Cubs v Houston Astros. We took our seats at the rear of the backstop and started enjoying it. The game was very close and all came down to the final innings. But unfortutnley for us and about 38000 others the game swung in the favour of the away team and the game ended 3-4.
After the thrill of the game we then had the ardious task of trying to make it back into ...