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... br> Feeling satisfied that I'd had the true Chicago initiation I headed downtown the next afternoon on a gloriously sunny day (after nervously watching Arsenal scrape past Wigan on penalties). Luckily Leah was visiting home from New York so I was able to have my own little free tour around the Millenium Park area. Nice one.
I know that you probably think a lot of my trip has been based around food, no idea where you got that from, but I genuinely came to Chicago for the ...
... and I needed most of those just to get to my connecting flight. It's HUGE. Snakes around and off in all sorts of directions. It's well signposted however, and I didn't have any trouble working out where I needed to go, it just took a while to get there! Jill and I had different arrival times, but within an hour or so of each other, and we'd pre booked shuttle taxis to the city, so we'd arranged that I'd wait until a certain time, but just go ahead and get the next taxi if ...
... at check-in, were seated at the front bulkhead to allow easy transition between chair and seat for Max. The flight passed without incident, though the young toddler near us who squealed for most of the flight made me regret my decision not to take the noise-cancelling headphones with me. We landed at ORD slightly ahead of schedule, but almost immediately lost that time advantage as we taxied for what seemed like hours but was probably fifteen minutes or so. ...
... I must admit I managed everything bar the hash browns they were just a little too much (surprise, surprise I ate the pork though).
So it was back to the hotel, a quick change and then off out to Soldier Field for the 'behind the scenes' tour. Upon leaving the hotel I noticed that there was something different, something I remember just couldn't put my finger on it... That was it, it was raining. As I had packed for a summer holiday it was a case (pardon ...
... a.m. My original plan was to fly nonstop to Houston on United Flight 518 at 11:40 a.m. aboard an Airbus 319. I knew it wasn’t looking great, however – as of last evening there were 10 empty seats and I was #13 on the standby list.
I’m hoping to fly tomorrow on one of the inaugural flights of the United Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The first passenger flight is early tomorrow morning from IAH to ORD. The 787 will then return to IAH followed by ...