Residence Inn Chicago Bloomingdale
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... I realized there was no way Kylee was going to sit through this. There was way too much tilting and shaking of the simulator. So Kaleb and I went on while Jodi met up with Karyn. The simulator was good and both Kaleb and I felt like we needed to take a shower because it was so hot inside. The tour of the museum began by walking through a Boeing 787 hanging from the rafters. Next up, we moved on to exhibits contains electricity. Moving on to 2nd floor ...
... of the worlds most sprawling cities at night is quite a sight. The city seems to extend to the horizon - or is it the smog that defines the edge of the city? The transfer from our domestic flight to the recently rebuilt Thomas Bradley International terminal went without a hitch and soon we were wandering the wide concourse looking for gate 150. Having walked the concourse and got the blood flowing in the legs again, we have taken up a position outside the expensive ...
... did it actually, I just watched in terrified amazement as he maneuvered her all over that parking garage, WOW, my husband is a magician! After that we had a fantastic lunch at Howells and Hood. They had Andrews favorite beer on tap (alagash curieux) and they served fried cheese curds in their very own miniature fry basket (oh, and served with ranch dressing)! We then went down to the Navy Pier and walked around. It was ...
... and people watch.... Little did I know, a group of guys would ask me to move just a little away from the basketball court so I didn't get hit by the ball, only to hear my wonderful English accent and end up making me play a game of basketball with them. I think it's fair to say I'm not quite the Michael Jordan I once thought I was. Nonetheless, that's probably one of the highlights of my trip so far! I then returned to the hostel, where ...
After a twelve hour flight from Tel Aviv to JFK and another two hour flight from JFK to O'Hare, we are home, a little jet-lagged, but home. Home is sweet. Worship with God's people at Oak Glen tonight was led by Dr. Kloosterman ... it's good to be home. In God's providence, we sang, "Jerusalem, the Golden" tonight during the song service. How fitting and meaningful!! It was so great to see Jerusalem ...