Country Inn & Suites Tinley Park
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... at a nearby restaurant and then returned to their home to catch up on what has been going on in our lives and relax.
After an afternoon of relaxing we were treated to a wonderful steak dinner.
It was late in the evening before we returned to the campground.
Tomorrow we continue our drive east.
Well we made it out of Chicago after findibng out around 1:30 pm that our original flight was canceled. We had planned to leave at 2:30 pm to get to the airport in plenty of time for our 6:50 pm flight. After spending an hour getting the run around from Delta we finally found out that the group was booked on a 5:30 pm flight to LaGuardia after wihich we would have to get a taxi to JFK so we could catch our 11:50 pm flight to TelAviv. We got to the airport in time to get our ...
... can definitely say that we see the buildings in a new light. Perth could take some serious lessons from this place. The amount of money and importance they place on art, architecture and innovation here is phenomenal. After the tour and a bit more wondering around, we came back to the hostel to get ready for our Chicago Cubs baseball game! The game was held in Wrigley stadium, which is celebrating its centennial year. What a fantastic night!! We thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... is where it gets good)
So we get to the airport, right? We walk in, find where I'm supposed to get my boarding pass, and then weigh my bag. 11 LBS OVERWEIGHT. So guess what I got to do? I got to open my suitcase in the middle of the airport, and take 11 lbs of necessary items out of my suitcase. (See Picture Attached). Thankfully they had a plastic bag that we could load it all into, and then Dave went all Santa Claus and got the job of carrying ...
... is very sad that I won't see those people again. But. As Dr. Sues put it, "Don't cry because its over, smile because it happened" That night won't happen again, but it did happen once, and for that I am thankful. I am thankful for this experience of hosteling, I am thankful for the people I've met, for the things I've seen and tried here. I am thankful for all the little moments I enjoyed. Because, 'right here, right now, is all we got' and far to often we do not appreciate what we ...