Extended Stay America - Chicago - Naperville - East
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In Chicago waiting for my flight to Dublin. Everything is massive here. The parking garage looked like 5 costcos stacked together. Excited to hang out in the Dublin airport and listen to the Irish accents. I'll probably update this blog several more times this ...
Not on here much....but much has happened since my last entry so here is a quick update....
On 6/14/2011 Charmaine had to under go surgery for a meningioma tumor which was benign, but never the less required 38 staples to hold her head together. She survived it through the Graces of our good Lord. We feel very loved by our God.
on 2/10/2014 Charmaine became a citizen of the USA!
I am still smoke free....and ...
... the run to go first to third. Nice guy though. The stadium was rather drab with dark gray being the dominating color. The left field upper deck was a kid zone with a wiffle ball diamond and other kid friendly activities. Along the outfield walkway were a series of statues honoring the White Sox greats of the past. A party deck in center field provided a back drop for the batter's eye covered in ivy (I wonder how the fans from the north side ...
Today we were on a mission to fit in a jam packed day of sightseeing in chicago. So we were up at 7 and after eating breaky at the hostel we were off ready to go for the day. Our first stop was millennium park so we could see it during the day. I was amazed by how little amount of people were there but I guess tourists usually don't get up and sightsee before 8. We started at the bean and this piece of artwork was even more impressive during the day. The skyline so clearly visible in ...
... park. Stopped at the local chocolate factory to buy a bag of chocolate - we've walked past the place every day since we got to Chicago and the smell has been taunting us, so had to give in eventually! That night we went to the Bulls vs Pacers basketball game at the United Centre. It was a brilliant game and bulls won 103-98, Rose was great to watch & understandably their best player. The guys sat behind us were clearly big fans as all they kept shouting was "c'mon D ...