Grand Hotel And Suites
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... is a little dreary and could do with a spruce up. There were a lot of business men awaiting flights at 5.30 in the morning. And finally people say "All right," a lot, they also seem a little harder here but I guess you get that in a bigger city. The great news is that while I'm writing this our flight has been delayed by eight hours....some unhappy customers at the counter, plus Maya and I are freezing!...it must be 10 degrees in ...
... hill. After making numerous calls and visit to the ticket desk, the best they could offer was a flight tomorrow on a different airline for an additional $2000.......a piece. So after spending nearly eight hours at the airport, we decided to get a hotel room and try again tomorrow. Today arrived,and Bills and I were ready for a fight with the airline. We were ...
... missed our international connection. We were bummed, especially when we found out there was no room for us on flights until the next day and that even then our group would have to be split up for the next leg of the trip. After hours (5 to be exact) of debating with and talking to many employees we finally got set up with (thanks to the nursing school and NOT United...) hotel rooms for the night. Hungry and exhausted we shuttled ...
... they had learned about in the day before's boat tour. After crossing through the more suburban side of Chicago, we had arrived in Evanston.
We parked the car and ate at Clarke's, a little diner that Mom and I had discovered on our previous trip. There were cinnamon roll pancakes, and chocolate chip pancakes, and vanilla milkshakes, continuing our tradition of breakfasting like champions. The orange juice there is fresh squeezed, and ...
... he was driving with his friends late one night and in his own words, he thought he had died. A near accident and suddenly there it was, this huge white temple looming in front of them, blocking out the moon and all else.. he truly thought he was seeing the all-cliche'd white light and was on his way to whatever form of afterlife awaited him. Now I'll be honest, it sounded too larger-than-life to prove true. He must have been ...