Hampton Inn Chicago-O'Hare International Airport
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... of North Barrington struggling families. We were impressed and moved. The ministry in the main is served by volunteers who are passionate about the care they give as the hands of Jesus. We have heard about these ministries over the years, so it was terrific to see them first hand, now that both ministries are on the same site as the church.
Thursday, our last day in ...
There was no free brekky this morning and so we headed across the road to a 2 story McDonalds for some nourishing, fast food - actually the scrambled eggs I had and Mumsie's pancakes were pretty good! From there it was back to Michigan Avenue to use our tour tickets again for a look at the west side of the city including, Chinatown, Little Italy and the Greek area. While we waited for the bus we had a ...
... of the Gibraltar skull.
4. Holding photos the Neanderthal skull, the exact photographs that Fuhlrott sent from Germany to Huxley, which Huxley and Busk used to detail their illustrations of the fossil.
3. The closing of our “Fossils to Genome” symposium, where we had an open discussion on whether or not William King (the man we were celebrating) was ...
... The lift makes your ears pop, and the views are pretty casually amazing of the city and lake. Also great is the apartment block on the other side of the street where you can nose in on other peoples lives (as I'm sure they nose in on yours). Luggage down and pyjamas on, Sarah recommends we experience our first real taste of Chicago cuisine: the pizza pie from one of Chicago's most famous pizzerias- Giordanos; supposedly the creator of the Chicago stuffed pizza. ...
... in 2004 it was commended for its art and the highlight is definitely the big, mirrored jellybean that it about 10m high and 30m long and reflects all the cities skyline, parks and all the people standing around it. We got the obligatory photos and enjoyed seeing our images distorted in the mirror like surface. Further along in the park was the crown Fountains which are 2 large 20 high glass walls that form two fountains. On these fountains there are huge changing faces ...