Extended Stay America - Chicago - Darien
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... that had me captivated all night long.
Hungry, we trudged off to Lou's which hosted yet another long line and wait. This is 10pm Sunday night, I think tonight is a tonight Chicago does not sleep. We are able to order take out though, but pizza lovers beware, the deep dish apparently takes 35 minutes to bake, so don't go too hungry =) Cradling our pizza later, we'd return to our hostel to dine in before catching a couple of zzz's before a very early departure back to O'Hare.
... deep filled pizza ... The thought of it now still kind of fills me up and makes me feel kind of sick. Don't get me wrong it is delicious but one bite is more than enough for a day of calories! Maighread told us about her travels in those island and the crazy religious woman who aims for her children to be ladies of beauty and grace who abide by certain rules: 1) a lady of b and g never talks of other women in a nasty manner 2) a lady of b and g doesn't swear 3) always say please and ...
... flight gets us to Chicago in time for rush hour so it is good advice from Mark to simply take the blue line train to the city. From the train we can see the traffic stalled in both directions. We have a simple walk from the station to our hotel in the tall black building across the road from the Trum(p) Tower. Local joke there.
The Langham is luxurious and our room is well away from the lifts which is not a good thing if you are wheeling a ...
As you come to him, a living stone rejected by men but in the sight of God chosen and precious, you yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual h BBBouse, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. For it stands in Scripture: "Behold, I am laying in Zion a stone, a cornerstone chosen and precious, and whoever believes in him will not be put to shame." So ...
... around town, buying souvenirs and John had to buy a new Garmin because his fell off his bike yesterday and was ran over. Then we went on a architecture boat cruise, which was very relaxing. We had a late lunch at the Rainforest Café, which is amazing just like being in a jungle. All the jungle creatures are animated. Then back to the motel to wait for Rob, Karen and James ...