Hampton Inn Chicago/Westchester (Oak Brook)
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... After going to bed at 4am my body for some strange reason,decided 8am was a reasonable time to wake up and I figured I should get some breakfast as it was free so was soon watching pirates of the Caribbean eating a basic breakfast of cereal,toast and a banana.once the film finished around 11 I decided to have a nap as I was exhausted and only got up early to eat breakfast so I wouldn't feel hungover and waste the day. At 13:00 I was showered and ready to go out.i decided to ...
... this totally unacceptable, so hopefully as we travel east and closer to home, about 10 days now, surely someone 'will make my day'. So what next for the intrepid travellers? Well how about 52 hours by train to Chicago, all the way through Native American country. I also see one of the stations en route is 'Fort Morgan', so let's hope John Wayne and some of his old pals are still around to save the on-rushing 'California Zephyr' as it speeds into Colorado. Let's see what ...
... is referred to as Silicone Prairie - the 'rural' version of Silicone Valley in California) and then we headed onwards to our destination.
We pulled into Chicago's union station at around 9am and ended up waiting nearly an hour until our bags turned up. While we were in the waiting room a group of Amish people came in...and Laura was captivated! They attracted a lot of attention the poor things, and they looked a little bewildered by everything. ...
... to most people, but when you become so accustomed to having to put so much thought in your daily living, the conveniences of America become a distant past memory in no time.
To go back home, we each had two large rolling suitcases, a carry-on, and Debbie's purse. Everything weighted down to the max. We were taking a bus from Jieyang that crossed the border straight into Hong Kong. From there, the next morning we would be taking a plane back to ...
So today it's back to Wrigley Field for an afternoon game between the Cubs and Tigers. Knowing the traffic and state of disrepair on the side streets I decided to use the freeways. Big mistake. Took over two hours to get in the vicinity of Wrigley. Then, when I got there the hunt for parking ensued. On day games the remote parking with shuttle is not available. So in Chicago, the city of the Dailey machine, greed reined supreme. The few parking lots available were chargine ...
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