Chicago Marriott Naperville
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... this will be the longest time Sandy will have been away from Kevin since he came to live with us almost six years ago. I'm sure she'll miss her little Grandson. Speaking of Skip. He was nice enough to volunteer to take us to and pick us up from the airport (ORD) and keep our car while we're gone. It'll save us quite a bit in parking money. Plan is to leave here about Noon on Thursday, get to Skip's by 2:00 or 2:30 and to ORD by 3:00 or so. Flight is ...
... Ohio House Motel and thinking to myself, "oh that looks like a cheap place, wonder why we didn't book there." So I rang them up, and luckily they had only 1 room left at $139 for 2 nights! AMAZING! So unbelievably lucky, we could have been on the streets!
After settling into our hotel, we then hit the streets of Chicago. Such a better atmosphere than San Francisco, and it was so clean! If that makes sense? Huge contrast ...
... stay with me forever. The ride back and stop at Denny's back was all talk about what had happened during the night of fights and making fun of Aussie slang...(me being the only 'aussie' among the four) to which I played along and it reminded me of how cool we are as a people. It's nearly 3 am and Ben leaves in 3 hours, I'll be dropping him off and maybe heading to a baseball game with Ed tomorrow.. good times ahead. -peace-
... ago. Dawn helped me into the terminal building where the leak quickly became a torrent as we hugged our goodbyes. After all these years, it astounds me that a friendship can fasten across time and space to become even stronger than when it had a daily context.
Time to dry my eyes, suck it up and face the evils of American Airlines once again. This time I was allocated seat 18A so at least it was a bigger plane than last time... by 2 rows, I was the last ...
... police cars just before Tippecanoe County that were slowing down traffic for a wide-load semi.
When we got to Chicago, everything was going well until it came time for us to get on 290. Our Mapquest directions told us to exit, but there were two and the directions did not specify as to which one we should take. We chose the one that said, "Cars only." We chose the wrong one. We quickly realized our mistake as we watched the road we needed fade into ...
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