Four Points by Sheraton Chicago O'Hare Airport
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... who was sat in front of us, we over heard had gotten on the train a day ahead of when he was supposed to. Ordinarily in this situation back home he would have been chucked off or made to pay for today's ticket but in this scenario they said, "just call Amtrak now and get them to change your ticket date" amazing, simple too.
The trains are also surprisingly bumpier than expected as well, we tried to play cards at one point using the fold down tables ...
... out of the bags. So that was eventful. Along with that I also fell when I went to sit on my suitcase and my purse strap broke. A great start to the journey, but I know it's only sunny skies from here! I cannot wait to board the plane and land with my feet on Ireland soil! I am really excited and anxious to fly overseas! It's always been a dream of mine that I never thought I would have the chance to do. So long America I'll be back in a few ...
We visited Willow Creek again last night for their midweek service. Gary Birch, guest speaker, spoke on Courage, Justice and Jesus - imploring the church to be active in the administration of justice in the spirit of Jesus. Was excellent, with powerful music at the end. Prior to the service, we had a tour of the new Care Centre and Cars Ministry workshop - both purpose built to serve ...
... first. After that we walked to Navy Pier to go on the Ferris wheel, which was unfortunately closed due to the earlier storms, so we had a potter around and then got a cab back. Lucy and James went to bed, and Jane and I had a very nice couple of drinks on the roof top bar, admiring the Chicago skyline, very civilised! Tuesday is museum day, so cue aching legs by this time tomorrow, ...
... where paleoanthropologists showed interest in my project, and when they offered things that would help me out, or gave me amazing invites like to come stay at the University of Bonn and get to see the original Neand fossil!
6. Holding a signed photograph of Busk, which he had sent to Huxley (it was a great photo of him, one I’ve never seen before!).
5. Holding ...