Sheraton Lisle Hotel
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... family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif; font-size: 14.399999618530273px; line-height: 21px;">Overall I enjoyed my experience on the 787. It's a wonderful airplane. Recent issues with the batteries over heating and the grounding of the 787 for a few months didn't scare me away from flying the aircraft. The 787 uses some pretty cutting edge technology that is way ahead of other airliners so there are bound to be some issues.
For our Miami trip, we chose Delta airlines for price and availability. Almost any flight you take on Delta will end up routing you through Atlanta, Detroit, or Minneapolis. In our case, we flew from Huntsville to Atlanta. The trip was just about 29 minutes in the air. Quick and painless. Atlanta Airport is truly a spectacle on its own. I am always amazed at just how many people use this airport on a daily basis. There are 7 or so concourses, with probably 40 or 50 gates each. It's a sea ...
So after 9 months on the road I'm finally home! The last week in Miami was much needed. My body and mind needed a rest. It was so nice to be away from work and not even have to look at my skates. No shows to make, no buses to catch, no rehearsals; nothing but the beach, the sun, and some R&R. Quiesto was able to extend his stay in the USA for 10 days, and now heads back home ...
... we descended into California 2 1/2 days later.
We had a couple of hours to kill in Chicago before the train left at 2:00. We thought about the Sears Tower, which is only a block from the station, but the top was in cloud. So we walked the streets - up to Millennium Park and back - didn't quite make it to the Al Bundy Fountain.
After noting the average age of long distance rail passengers in the Amtrak lounge we were able to settle into our ...
... advantage of the benefits, which is how I am writing these blog entries now.
We didn't see much of Chicago--just what there was out the window and through the rain on the way in. This included the ballpark that used to be called Comisky when we lived in Illinois, but which is now called something else, since the owners of the stadium and/or the White Sox have succumbed to the trend of selling their ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center