Quality Inn & Suites Elk Grove Village
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... where we were getting the Amtrak train to Chicago. There were some very dodgy people on the train this morning just as well it was our last trip. We dropped off our bags and had a couple more hours in New York. A friend had recommended the Highline Garden walkway, which was close by. The disused overhead railway system had recently been converted into an overhead garden walkway, with seating and picnic areas. It was very pleasant but incredibly busy. It was mainly ...
Desmond did great on his first ever airplane flight. He was excited to see the lights of the airport before take off, slept till decent and then woke up to get his wings (and a cup!) from the flight attendant. We were flying first class right up by the bulkhead so we had plenty of room. Yay airline points! Unfortunately, when we landed we learned that our flight to D.C. had been canceled. So, ...
... was very kind an let me stay at her flat for a few days after my contract ended before my flight to Australia, which I do appreciate, and she did send me some American biscuits in January of this year which was nice (…although we can get Oreos here, and Bourbons are better :D ). In Korea I never really had to deal with her moods, as I could just wander off and leave her to it, and they were never as bad as this most recent experience. I just haven’t got time for 37-year-old attention seekers!
... famous for its architecture and we are in the heart of historic downtown it's a really fitting place to be staying. The first morning we decided to see the Field Museum, which is a natural history museum down on the lake shore that we walked to through grey parks and streets. It was a good distance but a bit cold. This museum is the home of Sue, the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton so after seeing her we had a look at a couple of exhibitions ...
... remove their shoes and belts etc along with the hand luggage and put them through the X-ray machines. This has eased a bit from our last trip, as last time all the kids had to do it too. Mitchell must of looked a bit dodgy cause he was the only one that had to go through the whole body X-ray chamber, while we all went through the normal scanner. The gate wasn't too far around, and due to us having the smoothest run ever, we had ages to wait for our ...