Extended Stay Deluxe Chicago O'Hare
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... early! The service was very friendly, the pilots were funny and nice and even the landing on the runway was actually a pretty good one! Seems as though the only thing I'm not liking so far is how long it takes for your baggage to get unloaded off the aeroplane... Waited quite a while at the carousel! However I was happy when I got my case cause there's nothing worse than if they forget to load it on! Walked out and got a taxi to my B&B. ...
... and the apartment is now looking great - we have about five more boxes to unpack and put away, then we're done. Sarah, Maggie and I walked to the supermarket at about 1:00pm. It was another of the Jewel-Osco stores, approximately 1km west of the apartment and across the Chicago River. The walk took us past the Kinzie Street bridge (a bascule bridge which remains permanently open) and the Blommer Chocolate Factory which smelled strongly of melting chocolate - Sarah told us it is ...
... most important major American city that we had not yet visited. This was another reason for including it as part of the trip.
We flew into Chicago very early in the morning after a long flight, which originated in Sydney and included brief stops in Honolulu and LA.
One interesting and surprising thing we noticed on some of these flights was dogs on planes. It's common to see people with their dogs ...
... havoc trying to get off, but we made it and everyone survived. We booked our bags onto the train and the very helpful lady did our booking from Seattle to Vancouver for the 6th January. We are now going over the border, we were starting to get a bit worried, America didn't want us to stay but they wouldn't let us leave. All is good, we meet the family on the 7th and 8th, we are looking forward to seeing them.
Getting onto the train was ...
... We have certainly noticed a lot of the latter taking place during this visit and it seems to have ramped up with the onset of cooler weather. We assume building sites must shut down in the really cold months - concrete could not be poured and snow & ice would create dangers for workers. 2). City gardens are being stripped of their bright displays of summer annuals. Earlier this week, on our way to the Art Institute, we watched as gardeners ...