Extended Stay America - Chicago - O'Hare - South
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... that in his pocket, $32 to be exact. He was a very clever salesman, however, and lived by the philosophy that customers liked to feel they were getting a "little something for nothing". As sales incentive he offered premiums, one of which was baking powder. This proved to more popular than the soap, so he switched to the baking powder business. In 1892 he had the idea of offering two packets of gum with each can of baking powder, and the customers, pardon the pun, ate it up, ...
... and it dropped us right at the American Airlines terminal. We checked our luggage in, hoping we would not find it stained with bottles of broken wine at the other end. Security was negotiated without too much trouble and we were soon at Gate 56A, laden with books, puzzle magazines and food to sustain us on the trip back to O'Hare airport in Chicago. Max and Sarah joined us shortly after, and our 'Priority Access' had us seated in the plane within moments - ...
... with the CDOT Streetscape and Sustainable Design Program through the Project Director, Janet Atterain. Janet in turn connected me with David Leopold. Before I met with David at the CDOT offices, he suggested I visit the Pilsen neighborhood to see their Sustainable Streets project, and what is known as “The Greenest Street in America”. Cermak Road is wide and ...
... Who cares if he won first place? I'm surprised these people don't end in the er afterwards. Oh and then of course they had to show the person who won it on the women's side.... how unattractive.
I even was able to snap a few pictures of planes coming in to land at O'Hare. I figured they wouldn't turn out good but they actually did.
This time I ...
... THE GREEN SHAMROCK PLANE. By the time we get off the plane, we have 30 minutes to make our flight. We power walk / run to the end of the concourse and the tram to the international terminal and the Green Shamrock Plane. We still have time even though we are rushing. We then get a text from a friend who is talking to Craig to tell us that they are boarding the Green Shamrock Plane and are fixing to leave. It is not due to leave until 7:15 and it is 6:50.
(on a side note, ...