Chicago Marriott Suites Downers Grove
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... and giggling. Our summer jackets were not ready for this! After the night it even dropped to 4 degrees Celsius...This was winter.
There was much more, but in short, Chicago is such a great city! And luckily the weather warmed up again: yay for Spring!
Now for the second cause of excitement: I have inherited a room from a former-housemate (thanks Karl!) that is the colour of cheap ...
... thick traffic. We had to stick to minor highways into the Chicago area because we didn't have a toll pass and so the going was pretty slow, with hundreds of sets of traffic lights! We hadn't booked any accommodation and a quick internet search showed prices pretty steep and with parking at a premium in the city we planned to stay out nearer O'Hare airport and use the motel shuttle to get to the railway station at the airport. So we booked a place ...
... after filming in the morning with the London crew; my family and I will spend some quality family time before my Mom and I have to depart for our trip! Our flight leaves at 6:15pm tomorrow night. We will be flying on united Airlines. The cool thing is that I haven't even been to O'Hare airport since I came from Romania when I was adopted, at the age of almost four! And now going back to Romania for the very first time!
... muffins and some hot food. Maggie became a true Texan, having a waffle in the shape of the Lone Star state as well as hominy grits - ground white corn which looked and apparently tasted like gritty porridge or semolina, with the consistency of polenta. She came unstuck with the milk choices, though - opting for skinny milk rather than what the Americans refer to as "2%" - actually milk with 2% fat, but Maggie decoded it differently and deemed it to be 2% milk, 98% water. ...
... these towns, so through the night when the train pulled into the stations you woke to Christmas lights that were shining in windows and Christmas trees lit up.
I was nice and cosy with my blanket and pillow.
14th December - Saturday.
Woke to lots of snow, the countryside was very pretty, picture book scenes everywhere and there were different people sitting around us. Because of the snow we got ...