Hampton Inn Chicago-O'Hare International Airport
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... br> We get the train back to Logan and its faster than getting in. On the first stop, Hinesh plays a Good Samaritan and helps a guy reach his mobile phone he has dropped behind the seat. My beloved is on all fours and comes out scratched as he manages to squeeze his arm in to retrieve the phone. I am so lucky to be with such a good guy. The peak hour traffic hasn't affected us and we manage to get home quickly and we even scored seats on the second leg.
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... for the kids before the longer leg of the trip. It was great! Bill and Sue came to the airport and picked us up. We got to their house to discover that ALL of the Ranft-Doody clan came over for brunch: Nana, Auntie Marge, Aunt Sally & Uncle Gary, cousins Lucas & Jessie, the pets Jax & Nacho and, of course, Roxy & Sarah. Bill made sure that he went to the local, Jewish deli so we could eat the best bagels in the world--as per Oliver's request. We had ...
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