Sleep Inn Tinley Park
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in and load out. The show was nothing out of the ordinary, meaning awesome as usual. I still get excited when I hear the crowds reaction to some of these songs. It is as if their childhood is being brought back to them on a silver platter and the emotion is intense.
... checked bag and then I am not sure. First, I had planned to go to the United lounge but I may not be able to if I can't get back in to the gates - not being able to check-in until 4 hrs before my flight at 11 am. Maybe I will have to look for one of those coffin-like sleeping spaces. We will see. Since I couldn't log on to the internet, there doesn't seem to be much point to staying on the computer. Maybe I should go back to editing some Indonesia photos??
... old cars turn left! A great sight and sound. Onwards we walk to find Buckingham fountain which is being turned off tomorrow. A huge fountain with views to Lake Michigan. A walk along Lake Shore Drive to begin to head for home. A stop at the Navy Pier an area full of eating places, tourist cruises and restaurants. Our choice Harry Caray's, a once famous baseball commentator. When going to the bathroom what looked to be a ...
... are world travelers and own their own train car that they hook up to Amtrak. They also gave lots of information about some of the places we will be visiting... Have I told you how much Amtrak has irritated me during the planning of this trip?
This was my maiden voyage as far as planning a trip since my graduation and degree in Hospitality/Tourism. I have to say I have learned a lot and continue daily to learn more.
We have rooms on the train ...
... to solve that problem by buying a photographer's vest with lots of pockets. I hope to put a lot of my camera and electronic gear in the vest's numerous pockets. My one fear is that I now will be wearing khaki pants, dark green shirt, brown shoes, a wide brimmed hat and a vest with big pockets most of the time. I won't look like a safari nerd, will I?
The plane departs at 2:45 ...