Hampton Inn Chicago/Gurnee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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June 18, 2014 Lv Chicago. 8:15 AM Ar. Newark. 11:00 AM Left home early. Taxi driver did not quite where to go. He had to put I to his GPS O'hare. Then started out to Devon. I finally gave him directions to get on the JFK as he called the Kennedy. Flight uneventful and I arrived in Newark to discover the train that ran to the rent a car was not running and I had to take a ...
... 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 ...
... to Chicago. United Airlines boasts their "spirit", but our flight was captained by a government conspiracy spouting pilot and two very unspirited (if you will...) flight attendants who seemed just as disappointed by the delays and much more angry than we were. We got cans of soda thrown at us (no peanuts.. I wasn't expecting fine dining, but no peanuts?!?) and even a few grouchy looks. Upon arrival in Chicago, we learned that ...
... a taxi). Anyways, the club itself was small, as I said, and was full of really sweet waiters getting us anything we wanted to drink or eat. It wasn't pretentious or uncomfortable, which is impressive because Second City is famous for producing the likes of Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, and a lot of others that I'm sure Dad considers much more important than any of the above.
The show was made up of six actors doing ...
... be working with people in danger of contracting HIV, those suffering from AIDS, their care-givers, and at-risk children whose parents have died due to AIDS.
I'll be making updates as to our progress with preparation. As for now, just a few prayer requests - to prepare in us a servants heart, to soften the hearts of those we'll be ministering to, for team unity, and that we all get the financial support we need in order to go.