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... over St. Louis to accommodate air traffic. Since Chicago was busy our departure time was pushed back further. After about an hour on the plane the captain says we do not have enough gas to get there and we must return to the gate. Upon arrival at the gate, we find out their are no gates available and we must wait longer. We park and they let us off to kind out the captain has timed out and the flight will not ...
... from African animals, American animals and even some Australian animals. We caught up with a friend we met in Texas (Edgar) who was from Chicago. He ended up staying at our hostel for the night so that he could come on the pub crawl. We went to a few different bars around town to test out Chicago's night life! . We went on a boat tour that took us down the river looking at all the architecture. The skyscrapers were really impressive but our tour ...
... out our last night to a couple of different bars and tried some rather interesting cocktails. Marie's was nice but mine was like a taste I have never imagined. Amazingly disgusting! My reaction in one of the photos speaks a thousand words. Chicago was cold and we saw snow, but our next destination, Boston, was to be like nothing we had ever seen before. Stay tuned for that one! Stay cool and stay sexy Love Nat and Marie ...
... and the darn boarding pass. "Paul France," I heard her say, just not in the speaker. Should I walk up? I thought. I still waited, for what was probably only seconds, but felt like minutes, when she finally announced my name into the speaker. I walked up exasperated, sighing an over dramatic, "Thank you so much!" I walked into the plane and smiled at Jean, who luckily got a first class seat, and retreated back to my calm, feeling very lucky to be starting a memorable trip to ...
... of a few hours but with other plans for the day, we left at lunch time. Back in Grant Park, we stopped to eat our left over pizza while admiring the Buckingham Fountain. We crossed on to the harbour side and followed the coastline northwards to Navy Pier. This was evidently a really popular destination for a Sunday afternoon. It was very busy and had a great atmosphere. We enjoyed a cold beer sat on the pier side looking out a he pleasure boats. ...
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