Extended Stay America - Chicago - Gurnee
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... that there are no fractures but just a contusion. It's annoying and painful. In San Francisco, at my amazing parking spot, something fell out of the car as I opened the back gate on a hill and it left me with that sharp funny bone pain. I walked it off and then I kept walking up hill and down hill, for days, and it got worse. Fun. Enough about that. I'm just hoping it gets better before the day after tomorrow when I leave for Sayner. Tonight we went out to eat with my non and sister ...
As anyone who's ever flown thru O'Hare knows, it can be the delay capital of the planet. This trip was no exception, as we were informed of delay after delay for four hours until they decided to take our plane out of service at 9 pm. We were put up for the night (sans luggage), given food vouchers and the expectation of departing the next morning. Given the alternative of a 9 hr flight with no water (read no lavatory) we couldnt complain too loudly. We report to the gate ...
... winter to strengthen her attention span and car tolerance. Until she has more control, I will probably avoid places full of grizzlies and will definitely avoid airplanes for about a year. Other than that, my girl will learn the family ways and that includes seeing America.
So since we ventured into the bear and seal-filled wilderness of the West, I was tempted to revisit the bear and seal-filled wilderness of the East: that is Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula, Nova ...
Our last day in Chicago, and so much to choose from. But we decided to head over to the Field Museum. It turns out the museum parking is under Soldier Field, home of the Chicago Bears. So we got a double treat as its a beautiful stadium. The museum was top notch. We started out by touring a special exhibit on Genghus Kahn. Since I didn't know very much about him and the empire he built, ...
... I do love amusement parks though. I feel as if life is nothing
but chasing that feeling. The butterflies in your stomach
right before the floor drops out from underneath you. The
moment at the top end of the pirate ship when you're
suspended in the air for those few precious seconds,
stuck between going up & coming down. And that first
peak of the rollercoaster, when you see the ...