Candlewood Suites Warrenville
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- Free parking
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Woke up in a truck stop and made butterfunger flavored vending machine coffee. 3 hours later we arrive in Chicago. Booked a room at the Godfrey hotel, they have this great lemon verbena soap.. but the housekeepers never replaced against my effort to hide the used soap every morning in hopes of acquiring new ones. Chicago by far has been the most expensive. Parking was $50/day, the hotel was $500.. then throw in cabs, food, gas, eating ...
Well, I made it to Chicago. My first plane was about a four hour flight, and I have a two hour layover here. I had to change terminals, so I had to go through security all over again...so annoying. Now I've gotten to my gate and my flight has been delayed about 50 minutes because of a storm. I just wanted to check in really quick, so I'm going to head to get some dinner from some relatively cheap dinner in this super fancy airport that is ...
... faults. We waited on the Tarmac for 2+ hours! and by about 3, we were in the air for the next 14+ hours. I knew that the delay in Sydney meant that I was more than likely going to miss my connecting flight to Chicago, and that was confirmed when we touched down. We landed in Dallas the same time as I watched my flight depart, but I was booked on a following flight, allowing me to check through customs in Dallas ...
... before we get much older.
Thanks to Marks perfect sense of timing, we are not rushed getting to our flight to Chicago. In fact there is time for me to scout around and find a juice bar for a vitamin pill in a glass, try on a nice polar fleece top (50% off) and Graham retaliates by buying a bowl of chilli, served with multiple packets of saltine crackers.
I nibble at it but am saving myself for the Big Night Out at Alinea tonight.
... up a conversation with me. I think we are both the kinda fellas who like to talk, and most likely to much. He ask where I was heading and I retorted to Israel to follow after the footsteps of Jesus. "You a Christian?" Asked Patrick and I said yes. We got talking about Jesus as the cornerstone or is he the capstone, and how some Christian try to make some kind of difference between the two metaphors used for Jesus. "He's the ...