SpringHill Suites by Marriott Chicago Elmhurst
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... hour). Things did not change for the better late into Saturday evening and into Sunday. The wind picked up, but the temperature dropped and those on deck all night had their work cut out for them. One crew member told me it was by far the coldest night he’d spent working the Mac. Everyone, whether they were on deck or below did their best to keep warm. ...
... After visiting for an hour or so, Kevin's parents headed home and we played with the kids then we headed back to the motel.
The next morning, we got a good start and departed Chicago fairly early and headed east on I-80.
Our goal was to get through the last major midwestern city - Cleveland, which we did and made it to Ashtabula near the eastern border of Ohio. There, we pulled over, found a great restaurant and had a great ...
... are not interested in the science but rather the architecture of the building! Fascinating and a pleasant, knowledgeable guide.
Several people on the weekend have been before!! - and several couples have made numerous
trips planned around FL Wright houses - hotels and other public buildings….of course the majority are from the US - but did meet a woman from Ottawa - and the West End!!..also a woman from Winnipeg.
... havoc trying to get off, but we made it and everyone survived. We booked our bags onto the train and the very helpful lady did our booking from Seattle to Vancouver for the 6th January. We are now going over the border, we were starting to get a bit worried, America didn't want us to stay but they wouldn't let us leave. All is good, we meet the family on the 7th and 8th, we are looking forward to seeing them.
Getting onto the train was ...
Yvonne and I had the morning to ourselves, as we weren't planning to catch up with Max and Sarah until the early afternoon. We began by walking one block west to the huge Merchandise Mart, thinking this could now be our 'local' and we would grab a cuppa there to start the day. On entering the nearest door we were distracted by a 'sale' sign in the window of The Chopping Block - a kitchenware store and cooking school - so spent some time browsing the shelves and making ...