Crowne Plaza Lombard Downers Grove
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Torrential rain all night again, eventually clearing for 10:00 and as before we leave the apartment (cool air conditioning) dressed for a wet winter day and have to strip off coats and sweatshirts at the end of the path as it is 27 degrees. Took the 151 bus into town and did a little shopping, before the skies opened and the torrential rain started again. Made a coffee in 'Pain Quotidian' last a long time, and ...
... ride! I had to rush to my gate to leave for Tokyo. My flight from Harrisburg landed in Chicago at 11:30am and the flight to Tokyo started boarding at that time! Luckily I made it. The plane is very big. In First Class they get tvs and a lot of leg room (lucky ...
We're slowly getting into the time zone - sleeping better at night - and this morning woke at a reasonable time to another day of grey, overcast skies that were threatening to rain. After rugging up appropriately for the conditions we hit the street, walking east to Michigan Avenue then north towards the Hancock Tower and through familiar shopping centres and stores. A light drizzle of sleet was falling from the skies but as the day warmed up the sleet defrosted and turned ...
... retrace my steps and go back to the last arrow I saw, begin again, but this time look carefully for the arrow I missed previously. I try to incorporate that now. If something doesn't feel right, I think back to the time I last felt good about my direction, go back, and take my time and wait for a "sign" - I usually find another path/answer and begin forward again. And even if it seems an odd way to go, I'll give it a shot!
We had a great day today, We thought it would be a struggle trying to see everything but the best choice we made was to take a Chicago River Tour. Although at first $35 per person for a 75 minute tour seemed a little on the high side for a tight Scotsman like myself, it was worth every cent.
The tour guide provided us with an extensive history of the Chicago and in particular the architecture along the Chicago River on which the new city was built ...