Chicago Marriott at Medical District/UIC
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... is entirely motivated by money. The attorney agreed with me, and was shocked to hear our ethically sound our political system is in comparison. ("What, campaigns aren't funded by rich people?")
The next entry will be touristy, I promise, as we have 24 hours of being a tourist ahead of us! But don't forget I need this blog to help remind me of stuff for my report at the end so I apologise for the legal-ness of this entry!
... countryside. I’m pretty sure Indiana grows all the corn for the country. It was everywhere and it is tall! It was about 4:30 as we were about to cross over into Illinois and the Chicago rush hour. It was an amazing feeling to see the Chicago skyline for the first time. I never thought I would be here.
We are staying north of Chicago and were approaching from the south. I ...
... plus side, we found the magnificent mile. A mile full of shops, Colm was in his element!
We had walked over eight miles in one day and it soon became clear I had to get the old man back, well after a detour to the Michigan avenue bridge of course. Our legs had been used to the fullest today and it was all worth it. We made it back in time as the rain set in. It was so humid that it did not surprise us. The thunderstorms came soon after and normally I am scared of thunder ...
... get any worse, seems like Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with Spanish subtitles. Lunch is from the old Mexican favorite, Bubba Gump's Shrimp Company. We finally board the elusive return flight and what... We catch a break, an empty seat in our row! The return flight is uneventful and relaxing and we get to Chicago at 7:30pm. We get through Customs, get our luggage, and forgo the ...
... loads: Chicago suffered a massive fire in ****. The local legend is that it was mrs O'Leary's cow who turned around and hit a lateen which fell and ignited the fire, and because it was particularly windy that night, the fire spread through the village . And to add fuel to the fire (if you will) the fire started really really really far away from the fire station which made it hard to bring loads of water. And by the time the fire had spread it was too big to control so the people ...