Holiday Inn Itasca (Woodfield Area)
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... just say I have that effect on a lot of women that are old enough to be my mother after I've had a few El Niño's... Funniest part is that Lorraine thinks I am talking to someone on FaceTime as she can't see the lady talking to me. She asks "who are you talking to" and I try to indicate that someone is sitting next to me. Thankfully, Kelly clears things up, and they call us to board which saves me from any further conversation. They did have a pretty ...
... most amazing street garden beds and parks you will ever see.
When we got back to our room with our groceries for dinner we had some time to kill and we weren't overly keen to go out again so we decided it would be a good idea to expand on some of our knowledge we had gained when we went up the Willis Tower the day before. We had learned small facts about the city skyline and the odd variations of architecture used on the buildings - this is ...
... a show it was! It was rock and roll from beginning to end and the main actors were fabulous including an excellent Elvis who had the appropriate rubber legs. The finale had everyone up dancing and clapping and cheering.
It was a great way to say goodbye to Chicago.
And say goodbye we must because we are on the 19.30 AMTRAK train to The Big Apple, our very last stop of the whole trip. We are due to arrive some time tomorrow evening.
Here we go! The date just suddenly appeared and I'm not ready.. yes, because I'm not realizing what 3 month and a half to the other part of the world mean.
I always traveled, in particular for study but I never came out from Europe.
I'm still on the plane and the first big difference with Europe already appears: with that geometry in streets seems to watch a chess match from the sky. ...
... I was pretty sure I would not need any lunch.
I had to head out on my way back to Boston for my flight later that day. My plan was to take the coastal highway and see some of the sights in Salem. Well, I got turned around a few times because of signs and Salem was very busy and I couldn't park so I just continued on to the airport and arrived several hours early. That was ok because there was a lot of ...