Hilton Chicago/Oak Lawn
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... are granted 72 to leave the airport and explore the city, no visa required. This is true provided your from a handful of countries including the good ol USA. So my response of "I'm going to Bali" apparently wasn't what she expected and I was pulled out of line to explain my itinerary. Luckily, upon consulting the internet it was proclaimed I was allowed to board sans visa! So with my heart still slightly racing fearing ...
... to drive 2 hours to come get me but that was the only solution.
While I was talking to one of the gate attendants about my luggage, and Gail was driving to Raleigh, the cancelled sign popped up against my flight. Are you serious??!! The poor gate attendant didn't even know it was going to happen and had no idea what to do. So, back on the phone I get to re-arrange yet another flight and to call Gail and ...
My last few days before leaving on my big adventure have been extremely exciting, fun, and stressful. Over the past week, I have attended my last Illini football game for the year, met up with 5 friends for drinks, had 4 dinner dates, 1 coffee date, and received countless phone calls and cards. It has been great getting to see all of my family and friends, and I think it is just now starting ...
... down to the cheese market to investigate. The MSCM sells wine and cheeses to take home, they also have a restaurant and bar where you can have wine and cheese and/or a meal. It's a little posh and we are not sure we fit in but who cares, we sit at the bar and order a glass of Pinot Grigio and it's very nice. Then we think perhaps some of that cheese would be nice with our wine so we order a little cheese plate to share and it's perfect, something else I should ...
... with richer pockets. We then found ourselves at the building simply called '900 N. Michigan' and, remembering that the top floor had included a favourite café when we were here eighteen months ago, decided to start at the top and work our way down. The best-laid plans often go awry, however, and our first distraction - a minor one - was to note that the Williams Sonoma kitchen store (which had been on the second level and was always worth a solid ...