The Deer Path Inn
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... we decided on a change of plan when we realised that the Chicago Cubs were at home on Sunday afternoon, so took the train up to Wrigley Park, purchased some tickets from the box office and watched the Cubs narrowly beat Baltimore 2-1. Very warm and sunny, so much better than Saturday. We then took the train (packed, Lucy said like Barcelona) back towards downtown and jumped off to have a look at Lake ...
... an old church juxtaposed against an even taller glass skyscraper looked stunning and the moon in a small space between a large silver sculpture and an adjacent wall of a tall building likewise. Back via Cloud Gate by night so Jon could see the incredible sight of illuminated skyscrapers and still large numbers of people playing around and reflected in it, just magic.En route home the same African -American man I have passed and heard twice before sits playing ...
... returned to the store from which they had been purchased. Returned goods seem to be accepted much more readily here than back in Australia - the stools were not faulty, merely didn't match the decor as M & S had hoped they would; they were taken back without any issues. Max, the barstools and I waited in the lobby while Sarah and her mum walked the short distance to where the car was waiting and drove it back to us. Max and Sarah have determined that when they ...
Today was an emotional and eventful day. As I type this up on my American Eagle flight from Chicago to Memphis, I am shattered (it's 6pm here but 11pm in England, and I was up at 4am) but need to finish this blog post so I'm able to satisfy those of you demanding updates! After reaching the check in this morning, which was easy and painless. The actual transatlantic journey wasn't brilliant - no seat back TVs ...
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!