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Once the lady we met on the train had taken our photos we heard an English voice! An employee at Union station, born in Hammersmith and retaining his accent pointed us in the direction of the Subway. Everywhere we go the system is different ...keeps you on your toes I guess. Useful fact - the three day ticket is like a …
... next to me on the second flight was a Chicagoan fireman called Todd on his way back from two weeks in Germany and a week in Istanbul. He had been planning to take a taxi from the airport, however, as he was heading just a couple of stops further than me, he offered to take the train with me. Sam's sweet but unnecessarily detailed instructions were redundant. The whole journey was really straightforward anyway, but it was nice to have someone point out various buildings to me as we ...
... easier than I anticipated. We landed at 9:22 am and walked the long way through Midway International Airport to the baggage claim so see if our bags had arrived with us. Another 'phew' moment when I saw mum's red case rounding the corner on the carousel; if her's had made it on, surely ours had too. Eventually the rest came and we were on our way. We walked through the airport walkways to the train station and without even being outside, we could feel the cold. We all had to ...
... went to the matinee performance of "Million Dollar Quartet" playing at Chicago's Apollo Theatre. Rather than being in Chicago's Theatreland District the Apollo is a few miles out of the city and it's a small local theatre with just 400 seats. Million Dollar Quartet is a musical based on the true story of the one and only occasion that Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins had an impromptu jamming session in the recording Studio. ...
... getting some much needed rest.
Today we set of for our last day in the windy city and boy was it windy and cold, unlike Australia not many of the shops open on New Years day we ventured to the sky deck only to find that visibility was zero 1355ft up the tower after lunch and more of a wander around we headed back to get ready for our flight to san Francisco tomorrow and the thought of some warmth has us all excited about what lies ahead over the coming two ...