Ramada Hotel & Suites Glendale Heights
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We're slowly getting into the time zone - sleeping better at night - and this morning woke at a reasonable time to another day of grey, overcast skies that were threatening to rain. After rugging up appropriately for the conditions we hit the street, walking east to Michigan Avenue then north towards the Hancock Tower and through familiar shopping centres and stores. A light drizzle of sleet was falling from the skies but as the day warmed up the sleet defrosted and turned ...
... like I was in Richmond - a strip mall complex to my left that looked big at first, but when we walked through it later, wasn't quite as large as it seemed. Out of the downtown core, we look back to the skyscrapers in the distance, feeling far away from Chicago's beating heart. To the right (or futorther south), we see the Chinatown gate and the Wall of Nine Dragons, and decided to head in that direction first. Being early still on a Sunday morning, not many shops were ...
Up and attem fairly early this morning to try and find a car park close enough to the railway station.
No luck in the car park, so it was quite a walk from the place Paul did find.
On the train once again into the city. I was gasping for a coffee, as we'd not made one before leaving. Makkers was close at hand as we came up the elevator or escalator. But it was ghastly when I finally got it.
... took us through the special 'no fuss' security line (in reality: they saw my sweat and that I was being trailed by 4 kids, so they took total pity on me). We made it on the big plane without any drama and life was good! That is, UNTIL Elyse decided the best thing in the world to do on a plane was everything except sleep. So John and I took turns entertaining the girl while the other three watched the TV or slept. Side note: Flying via International Airlines is the ...
... changed to dramatic rock mountains which made me think of Cowboy movies. Next morning we were truly into the barren looking Utah desert after having passed through SL City in the night. Not long after breakfast the scenery changed yet again as we left Utah for the east of California. This was serious pine and cedar forest country. We kept traveling on steeper and steeper inclines into the Sierra Nevada mountains. We travelled past Donner Lake and heard all about ...