Comfort Inn O'Hare
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... to do with this trip, but who are we to question business class seats on a 15 hour flight?! Booked and ready to go!
Fate had other plans for us. Joey’s beloved father passed away on January 6, 2013 exactly one month before Joey’s 50th birthday and just weeks before our departure. We knew what we had to do. With the vacation cancelled Joey headed off to Arizona to spend two weeks with his family, celebrating ...
... made our way back to Ontario Place. Our general view of the chocolate tour was that it was very 'bready' - chocolate baked into things, but no chocolatiers as such. Max had recorded the America's Cup racing on San Francisco Bay, so we watched Team NZ clock up their 8th win and a frustrating postponement of what could have been the final race. Cooked the pasta and watched thunderstorms roll in, providing a spectacular light-and-sound show for the 43rd ...
... punk scene of his generation and my own. Before I knew it, it was 4AM and I was out on the street. I found a little corridor that seemed secluded and decided to call it home til the sun came up. However within 15 minutes 2 separate fist fights broke out right by me so I decided to move along. I got back on the train to kill time about 4:45AM and fell asleep. I got woke up by a complete gentleman (seriously) at the end of the line and our conversation ...
I left the house around 4:30 pm and traffic was not an issue but wow, the state police were out in force big time! I didn't dare go but maybe a few miles per hour over the posted speed limit. Counted 30 of the state boys in an 80 mile journey to the hotel.
Once again I have selected the Radisson O'Hare for my pre flight stay. I've enjoyed staying here plus I ...
... am now left with. That it was just a really stupid thing for him to have done. My criminal law days also reminded me that the US tend to have much harsher penalties than Australia. So seriously, why committ such a stupid act in such a public area in the middle of the day for a few bucks. Anyway, although this classifies as a "worst of" moment I have to acknowledge the positives: he did not take anything of real value, he did not make me need to have an awkward conversation ...