Marriott Chicago Midway
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the bags had to be moved. We then went through security and then we were in the international terminal. It was a eye opening experience for me, even though small because there were several different languages you could hear everywhere as well as several fancy stores and shops everywhere. It was nice to have a little time before it was time to board the plane. We all boarded and I had a window ...
... one big heartfelt laugh with little pieces of conversation stuck in it.
So much love was flowing toward Betsey. The only reasonable explanation is she must have had a long and illustrious career of growing it in others and then reveling in it come harvest time. I pictured her and Scott having a well-oiled screen door as all the neighborhood kids ran in and out to absorb hugs, cookies, and dog pets ...
... I and Prawns for Rach ,followed by salad ,Cesar and iceberg wedge ,followed by porchino and chive encrusted rump for me and eye fillet and mash for the girls ,finished with New York Cheesecake ,Lime pie and Apple Crumble .Rachael's was on the house because she was turning 50 again and they did a really nice photo of us all and put it in a folder and signed it .....lovely touch . We waddled back to our room with out deserts boxed . Sleep in tomorrow morning ...
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... heavy colds.
Lots of trails in the snow from unknown critters. Some horses, cattle and a few sheep outside, scratching for a feed. Our train has a sad, eerie whistle.
Stopped for a few minutes at Glenwood Springs, the stopping off point for the skiing fields of Aspen. Also where Teddy Roosevelt ran the White House from the local hotel during WW2, and Doc Holiday used to come for the hot ...