Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Elmhurst/Oakbrook Area
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... shortly after. It was getting colder too and I didn't want Hinesh to get sick.
Day 4: we squeeze in an early workout - T25 and feel so healthy. We eat a healthy home made lunch then head out for the day.
Today we go exploring Logan and Wicker Park. We walk through the lovely tree lined streets of Logan and look at the fancy homes and wish we were living there. We get to Logan Square and it has some nice little cafes, a local park (with the local bum sleeping ...
... against the galley and next to the toilets. And you always feel a little glad that it isn't you sitting in them?
I ask if the slightly better ones next to window are free since nobody was sitting in them only to be told they are for the crew. Screw the crew.
Spying a single unoccupied seat further up the plane I make towards it. Hostie asks if there is a problem and I ask her if she had any worse seats than the ones we are supposed to ...
... Extended Stay America - Elmhurst, took a bit longer than expected. The hotel has a nice big room with a kitchen area which has already been stocked with breakfast, fruit and cold water for the journey ahead. Hoping that tonight's sunset heralds a bright day ...
... Robins comment...they must have found the light switch.
6:10 We board, only to hear a constant ding, ding, ding....
6:20 Another announcement. "I'm sure you've noticed the ringing, a fire alarm in
the lavatory has malfunctioned. Maintenance will make a repair and we'll be on
our way." Kiss that connection goodbye.
6:50 At last, we depart. 30 minutes to change a battery in a fire alarm,
We departed an hour and a half late which meant time to ...
... done so and we were able to step out with some assurance, though we did take umbrellas and raincoats this time. We had offered to cook Max and Sarah a roast for dinner, so headed first to the Farmers' Market at Daley Plaza where we picked up some potatoes, pumpkin and sweet potato - plus a mixed berry tart from the Amish stall for dessert and some apples for our fruit bowl. Today we chose two heirloom varieties - Cox's Orange Pippin and 20 Ounce (we chose ...