Hilton Garden Inn St. Charles
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... in a long queue as we were 15th in line for take-off. Generally, that is pretty standard though during peak times at a hub airport. I've sat for much longer at Atlanta airport during high volume times. US uses Terminal 2 Concourse F at ORD which is so small, cramped, and outdated, but at least it's a lot quicker to get through I suppose. Hopefully, US will move to Terminal 3 when their merger with American finalizes. The only airline that has made T2 bearable is Delta on the E concourse.
... park to have a look at all of the sculptures. That night we decided on something different for dinner, so we headed down to navy pier and went to bubba gumps shrimp and had seafood and a glass of wine. After dinner we headed back to Timmy O Tooles to watch the big college football game between Notre dame and Arizona. Today we woke early and got a quick breakfast from Einstein brothers bagels and ended up at the airport right on time, fiasco free headed for New York ...
Back to mobile Odyssey life in the driveway of Jess and Aaron's just-closed-on "starter' home. On the way over we were treated to lunch at the famous "Portillo's", perhaps the next best sandwich to Glacier Pork barbeque.
But this house - I think they found the short sale of the decade. I'm very happy for ...
... and my wife likes the tried and true. So we will begin with the tried and true: Roosevelt's badlands, Yellowstone, Oregon's coast; and then move onto something new: California's coast. At least, that is the tentative plan. My plans on these summer trips always change and I float on the trip like a leaf on the stream. This is an important way for a father to look at a trip.
When people ask where I am going, I tell them the truth: "I will check a weather map and go ...
... to marry Filipinos, and the State Department is as good a place as any. The first requirement was an affidavit of eligibility to be married; basically, a notarized document stating you are single and legally able to marry. This document can only come from the US Embassy in Manila, and cannot be acquired elsewhere ahead of time. So the first days of the trip would be spent in Manila.
There were other considerations and requirements as well. ...