Radisson Hotel Chicago O'Hare
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... Explore store, get a free tour t shirt, and decided to book tickets to a Chicago Broadway show while we were there. We had been planning to go and see "The Blue Man Group", which originated here in Chicago, but were unable to get tickets that night, so we chose the musical "Once" instead. I'd wanted to see this in New York in the summer, but was unable to get tickets. That was the evening plans sorted out! For the rest of the day we continued the bus tour, and found the ...
... later that she always laughs when pilots state that they "will have us at the terminal XX minutes ahead of schedule" - Chicago's O'Hare is such a busy airport that early arrivals simply cannot be accommodated. We then had quite some wait for our luggage - all bottles of wine intact, thank goodness - before a cab back to Ontario Place where we will be propping with Max and Sarah for a couple of nights. Once at the apartment, Yvonne and I headed up to ...
... their materials used, they were in varying neighborhoods, which provided a contrast in itself! My conversation with David Leopold also introduced me to the term ^Daylighting^, the idea of redirecting water into an above ground channel, restoring it to its natural, riparian environment. This also has the secondary effect on the community. The urban environment rarely has water ...
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Woke up this morning to see Island Princess and Celebrity Equinox in port. Later I was greeted by a rainbow just before the deluge of rain started. The flight was uneventful back to O'Hare and I was home by 8 pm.
Hey, my first ever travel blog. Not bad. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did presenting it :)
... are stopped. We are too late (not even 7:05 yet), they are done boarding and in fact there is only one seat left, so they had already given one of our seats to a standby rider. We are sent back to the United desk with mention of a 9pm flight to London and a possible link to Dublin a few hours late.
Long story short, that was just an abuse of the truth. No flight to London before Sunday afternoon, no way to get to Ireland in time for St. Patrick's Day. Turns out that ...