Courtyard Chicago Arlington Heights/South
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... sniffed the Lemon Orzo soup and the salad. The salad would have been great if Mom hadn't added the dressing. I like my salads fresh and unspoiled!
When we started today we had no idea how far we would travel. We only knew that our ultimate start of the meandering trip would be in Wisconsin. We finally drove out of the rain around 4:30pm! Boy! Was it nice not to hear rain pounding on the van! The din made my ears hurt ... have you seen my ...
Oymyakon, in Yakutia Territory in northeast Siberia, is the coldest permanently inhabited town with temperatures of -90 0 F common. Work only stops at -45 0 F when metal machines become too brittle. Workers then go skiing, ice fishing, or ice sailing. Seriously
Olekminsk, also in Yakutia, wins the record for widest temperature range: -87 0 F to 113 0 F. I cannot even ...
... sodden when we arrived, the cooking class was great fun. We were intrigued by the young woman who would not /could not eat dairy or meat (meaning she could only try the rice) - intrigued not because of her intolerances, but because of her expectation that, without prior notice, the menu should be adapted to suit those intolerances. (The answer, by the way, was "no" - well done, chef Brian). We cooked chicken and mango skewers which were marinated in a ...
... before departure. After 2 1/2 hours sitting on the plane at the gate, we were cleared for takeoff to San Francisco. Finally after seven hours of delayed flights, three hours of re-booking and re-checking of baggage and four cancelled flights we arrived in San Francisco 3 hours later than originally scheduled and at 12:30 am the following day. Although we spent 12 1/2 hours in Chicago, we would have never gotten out had it not been for our Elite Status. First, we ...
It doesn't seem to matter how long you stay somewhere - the last few days are always a rush to check off items on the 'to do' list. This week will be no exception for us; we fly home to Melbourne on Tuesday of next week and there are still a number of places we want to explore before we go. Today we decided to revisit the Art Institute of Chicago, primarily to look at the current exhibition which is organised in collaboration with New York's Metropolitan Museum of ...