Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Naperville
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... and Sunday, I was in the midst of feeling all of the joy of feeling like complete ****. On top of feeling sad about leaving my cats. On top of that I was worried about my cats and their reaction to me being gone for 4 days.
Added on the joys of of the above unmentioned event, I let the fan run on my feet and I got chilled at some point, so I was feeling ****** on Saturday. ...
We all arose early again, as the schedule for the day commenced with Maggie and I leaving Ontario Place with Sarah at 7:30am. Four people trying to organise themselves around one bathroom at that time of the day is impractical, so Maggie and I deferred our showers until later in the morning. We accompanied Sarah, who was on her way to work but needed to show us how to get to their new home in the old 'Sexton Lofts' - an old building on the corner of Illinois and Orleans Streets in ...
This is a total of 26,137 flying miles. Some other impressive numbers:
528,200 reward points used (flights, hotels, cars)
59 hours of flying time
23 travel days
13 flight segments
9 different cities
9 different hotels
5 different airlines
2 car rentals
$509.20 – total booking fees
$33,500 – the cost of the flights per person if we paid for them
Away we go!
... Madison, Wisconsin is not on a straight line from Sioux City to Naperville, Illinois (outside of Chicago). But, I visited a Land’s End outlet there on the beginning of the trip and wanted to swing by on the return trip to see if I could get a deal on good work clothes (turns out: no).
Oh! I almost forgot the reason I went to Sioux City in the first place! It’s an ...
... galleries on the second floor, most of which we had seen before. The 'Facing Freedom' exhibit is always challenging - a summary of how conflicts over what it actually means to be free have shaped US history. Probably things the US government would rather we didn't remember, and that would lead to 'apologies' in the Australian parliament. The conflicts included the treatment of not only the African-American people but women, immigrants, unionists ...