Hampton Inn and Suites Chicago Lincolnshire
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... is super friendly to everyone. He tells me its my job to keep Hinesh happy (cause he stood in the line for me while I saved our seat). He was pretty good at his job, everyone walked out of there smiling and happy.
We walk to Willis Tower the tallest tower in Chicago and think about going up. I don't want to pay to see the view from the top ($20) but once we hear that its a 45 minute wait to get up we make a u turn out of there.
Before we start the Loop ...
After a twelve hour flight from Tel Aviv to JFK and another two hour flight from JFK to O'Hare, we are home, a little jet-lagged, but home. Home is sweet. Worship with God's people at Oak Glen tonight was led by Dr. Kloosterman ... it's good to be home. In God's providence, we sang, "Jerusalem, the Golden" tonight during the song service. How fitting and meaningful!! It was so great to see Jerusalem ...
... going on, and the weather was absolutely freezing but all in all it was just a bit sad.
A majority of the animals were indoors. but one poor polar bear, one tiger and a lion were left out to play, all on there own and it wasn't the best fun to watch them pacing. The ugly smelly camels at the other end of the park seemed happy enough though.
The Shedd Aquarium was a rather different affair. Visiting on the Saturday of Spring ...
... as you grow into bed, these substances can wreak havoc on your airways. A solution is to shower ahead of bed and put on clean clothes before retiring to the night!
If you use allergy medicine, you have to bring it responsibly. You must constantly apply certain medications, you can not plan to use them once and also have your symptoms disappear. Because, depending on the medication you're taking, that may not occur, don't believe that popping a tablet within ...
... drink (the music wasn't too great on pianos - Get Lucky, NIN Closer), and then we went across the street to O'Callaghan's. There was room to sit at the bar, which was nice. Strange group though - lots of drinkers. A guy from India came over and talked our ear off for a while, and we chatted with the bartender (tried to get her to bartend in NYC). Then we went back to the hotel bar and had a nightcap there.