La Quinta Inn Chicago Arlington Heights
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... ended up dragging the camper right through Arrivals at O'Hare before we could turn around and get back on track. That's one weird site - a camper at the airport!
We arrived finally at the Kennys lovely home around 9:30 PM (Central). Thank God for our safe arrival and for a lovely day together as a family.
Looking forward to spending the day in Chicago. How about some deep dish pizza ...
... who had travelled the CZ route to San Francisco before said that she thought that the scenery was actually better on our section of the bus route! Amtrak bought us lunch at the PUFFERBELLY restaurant where they served good food but not a drop of wine or beer etc! Probably an appetizer to Salt Lake City in Utah? We settled into our new train which was identical to the previous Zephyr. After some beautiful river scenes with enormous and spectacular rocky banks, ...
The bus driver drove like he was playing a racing game. Lots of hard last minute breaking. Not the best conditions for a snooze. People got off the bus at various points but noone really got on. Eventually we got to London (having already been through Paris and Windsor) just after one. Two hours till my next bus. The guy on duty let myself and a couple of others into the terminal despite it being closed and I unsuccessfully tried to get some shut eye. It would seem moving comfy seats ...
We spent all day driving back to Nashville. The roads were quite crowded with all of the holiday travelers. Everyone was speeding and packed on top of each other. Somewhere in northern Indiana, I got into what could have been a terrible accident. I had just changed lanes into the left lane when all of a sudden all of the cars in front of me were on their brakes hard. I hit my brakes and was heading into the median to avoid folks when I saw a car stopped in the median that I could not ...
... Egypt Exhibit. I was disappointed that the Rockology Shop was closed. We went back up stairs to the main level and went through the Egyptian Tomb. Then we went thorugh The Ancient Americas, Northwest Coast and Arctic Peoples, and North American Indians. I was surprised to see a great section on the Hopewell Culture in Ohio. We had lunch at the Corner Bakery in the Museum. I got a chicken salad with walnuts, currants, sliced apples, blue ...
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