Clarion Hotel Midway Airport
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... size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Our train travelled though Reno, Sacremento, Salt Lake City and Denver. We arrived into Denver really early and so had a long stop at the station. The conductor let us know this by an announcement over the PA saying "Holy cow folks! We've made some good time!". I don't recall the Virgin train staff ever saying that on my weekly train trip from Wigan to London. We ended up having over an hour in Denver so we got off ...
... located on one of the balconies. Their cameras were set up much higher, so the pictures came out fantastic. I do have to say, stepping on a glass ledge from the 103rd floor was a somewhat nerve-wracking experience. We even did a jumping picture, but not before wondering for a second if the glass bottom would hold us up.
After Willis it was time for lunch. I had been looking forward to trying some of Chicago's Michelin-star rated restaurants, and on top ...
... too. -Officer: (Abruptly) Are you a criminal? Are you? Silent like 2 seconds, the officer scrutinized Marcel. -Officer: Wait, are you telling me you're a criminal? -Marcel: (bit nervous) Nnno.. -Officer: Did you commit a crime, is that what you're trying to tell me? -Me (in my head) please, this can not be happening... I know it can lead to something serious. What if he took Marcel to further investigation?! Please please please ...
... and Alexa! Paul, Jason, and I went out for a great dinner and like we did a year ago to the day in Dallas, we bundled up in Paul and Cindy's winter clothing to deal with the cold.
Our time with Paul and his family is always enjoyable and relaxing. We spent the weekend playing with the kids, visiting a couple neighbourhood parks, and eating delicious food. Last night ...
... so many clothes, space, food, etc. Even TV and music seemed too much.
Then it seems I had contracted the "Camino Blues". This is a term I heard on the bus on my way to Santiago with all of the returning pilgrims. Those that had done a Camino before said they were not looking forward to leaving, as they would get the blues and want to be back. I thought, there's no way I'm getting that - I was happy to be going home - ...