Holiday Inn Gurnee Convention Center
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At Chicago airport waiting for plane to NY, we are not sure how we are going to manage getting to our accommodation from airport as we arrive in NY at peak hour, so we are thinking train! Could be interesting!!!!!!!! We could end up back in Canada if we are not careful!!!!! Bahahaha!!!!!!!! Ian wants to just catch a taxi but that could take days we think! We will see how ...
... with homemade Salted Pecan Brittle; cornbread; yams; and cranberries. Bob vacuumed and watched football and is now putting together the ubiquitous green bean casserole. I'm lying down for a bit before Sally and Jim get here.
We miss each and every one of you! Thanks for all of the phone calls, cards, flowers, and check ins! It means so much to us to be able to remain connected to home during this long trip of ours!
... you, she wrote her last blog entry while Daddy, Ben, Jack and I were at the Second City comedy show, and therefore that seems like a good place to start. Let me begin by saying I had no idea what to expect, and was pleasantly surprised by a venue that was small and intimate, as opposed to some huge arena that meant our cutting it really close on time would put us in nosebleed seats having to buy binoculars in order to see the stage. (Cutting ...
... headed over to Navy Pier. (yes we are driving in lieu of taking the train in as a local would and we are paying for it in parking fees). It was chilly, but we strolled along outside to the stained glass museum and took in the windows. Then we had another wonderful Chicago meal in an upstairs restaurant with beautiful views of the city and lake. It was a nice wrap up to our stay in ...
... the Sun and the planets moved around the Earth. Copernicus is the Father of Modern Astronomy.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in Eastern Poland and gave his first concert in America in 1891 in Carnegie Hall in New York City. He became so famous that 10 years later everyone in Europe and in the United States knew his name. He gave over 1,500 concerts in the U.S. He had his own railway car and carried his own ...