Holiday Inn Express Chicago Arlington Heights
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... of Crazy Quandaries. The pizza was well worth the stop and definitely worth the wait! Mom and Sarah shared a salad that once again, Mom spoiled with some sort of raspberry vinaigrette dressing. She and Sarah thought it was amazing!
After dinner we walked to the park to take a gander at the lighthouse then move on to to see the fountain in all its splendor. As we left we realized that the fountain's tallest point was on the hour. THAT was ...
... renamed the noisy city! Just resting in the room, you're privileged to the symphonies of Fire and Rescue Services (turns out there's a hospital around the corner), car horns (I swear people just beep for the sake of beeping - it really is a bit ridiculous), people talking, people yelling, music, and all other sorts of lovely noises that really just put you straight to sleep!
Four hours later (turns out once you're out, ...
... need to turn the heater on at home. In general, the answer was along the lines of "put on a jumper". Rambo was happy to see us when we returned, and she and I played a chasing game for a while. She seems to have settled well into the new apartment and enjoys the extra space; particularly as it allows her to chase her tail with less likelihood of bumping her head. We all had a cup of tea and headed to bed - Sarah and Max have work tomorrow, so didn't need a late ...
Flew back to Chicago from Steamboat, and needed a limo to take all 8 of us, plus baby and luggage.
Martin has recently acquired a pilot's license. He treated us to a flight over Naperville (were they live). We were soooo excited about going up with him. It is a 4 seater plane and he needed two flights. What a beautiful sight with all the snow and frozen dams in that area, even though it was very cold outside the plane was heated. Some of the ...
... is switched off between October and April. We then wandered back to the art museum, joining the small but fast-moving queue to buy tickets. The exhibition was excellent - titled 'Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity', it explored the role that fashion played in the decision (determination?) of Impressionist painters such as Renoir, Degas and Manet to portray everyday life in a more 'modern' style. Paintings were juxtaposed with dresses from the same era; in ...