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 ...
... for cab driving. All the cabbies are African, they all leave Chicago and return 'home' for the 3 cold months and the European cabbies get more work. A fellow lover of small quiet places he told us of some unspoilt lovely places on the N. Coast of Morocco which I will research as it's 40 yrs since I was there.No horrid industrial wastelands to pass through en route to the airport and as one approaches it, more beautiful simulated 'wild plantings' of flowers and grasses, ...
... signing them up when no one else was interested. I loved it, and it was another great way to end our second day in Chicago. That night we decided that next morning we'd get up super early to make the most of our last few hours in Chicago. Jill's flight wasn't until later that evening, but I had to leave the city by 11:30am, as the pre ordered shuttle bus to the airport was arriving at my hotel then, even though my flight wasn't until just before 3pm. I had to be there two ...
... the the riff raff coming in on their breaks. Now it is a mainly just regular stores. Less than I thought considering the prestige though each one does cover a lot of floor space. At the end of the mile is the water tower building. One of the only things left in downtown after a fire ripped through it back in the day. Next to it is the John Hancock building, of which I shimmied up to the 96th floor for a skyline view. 96 floors is high. It may ...
... company in my vehicle and made me laugh by taking both of his toys out of his kennel and putting them on my door arm rest. He needed his "friends" to be there to experience the road trip too. Haha! He is so funny! Tomorrow we will be headed to Pittsburgh to visit Vidurs brother. Then we will be almost to our new home!!! Hopefully it doesn't rain as much as today so I can get more pictures ...