Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Deerfield
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... and all they do is show up'.
But here we are down to the last few days before we head out. Of course I'm worried about the weather. After all, it is in the 80s/90s here in Chicago with extreme humidity so it feels like 100s - how can I possibly envision the cool, damp, windy chill of Alaska? Add to that my pre-menopausal heat flashes and the thought of wearing layers is enough to put me over the edge. The ...
... along with the added bonus of sleeping in a real bed and doing a few loads of laundry. Tomorrow we will take Sydney into Chicago and go see Uncle Mort who turned 98 last month.
We are enjoying our family time and are really looking forward to the time in Mississauga and Toronto for Scott and Nhi's wedding. Love and Hugs to everyone.
... would be spent dining out and hopefully enjoying the fireworks display traditionally detonated on the stroke of midnight. We were not alone in our efforts to get down to Navy Pier. It was drawing people in from all over town, causing some traffic delays as we edged closer to the entrance of the pier. Eventually we were deposited not too far from the entrance and, without hesitation, scrambled inside and out of the cold night air. Navy Pier hosts all manner of ...
... clothes was going to have to be made. When we got back to Jonty's it was about midnight so we quickly had some late night pizza then headed to bed.
We got up at 9am the next day so we could watch the double decker bridges rise in sequence to let the boats through. Apparently this only happens for about 10 minutes twice a week and is pretty cool to watch. They are the bridges for the main traffic which flows through the city so the ...
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