SpringHill Suites Chicago Lincolnshire
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... out to stretch my legs - Maggie stayed back to get some laundry done. I headed towards the river and the monolithic Merchandise Mart, stopping on the way to purchase some doughnuts from the little 'hole in the wall' Doughnut Vault. This establishment has been operating for a number of years, in a side room (my guess would be former vault) of the adjoining Gilt Bar. This year it won an award for America's best doughnut. They sell doughnuts only, about ...
... en route to Chicago. I stayed the weekend in Indianapolis with my best friend from undergrad (Elizabeth), her husband (JD), and their three daughters. Elizabeth and I were seated next to each other (alphabetical seating) on the first day of biology class at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in August of 1994 and have been friends ever since. The alphabetization-by-surname technique seems to work well for making friends, at least in my world, since the phenomenon has ...
Here we go! The date just suddenly appeared and I'm not ready.. yes, because I'm not realizing what 3 month and a half to the other part of the world mean.
I always traveled, in particular for study but I never came out from Europe.
I'm still on the plane and the first big difference with Europe already appears: with that geometry in streets seems to watch a chess match from the sky. ...
... out my MLB app to check out what time first pitch was and it turned out it was 1305. Now, the flight was due to land at 1315 so I thought there was a strong possibility that I might be able to get to The Cell by about the third inning. So I boarded the flight to Atlanta and the guy next to me asked if there would be spare seats to give him and me a bit of room. The stewardess said yes but he'd have to wait until we'd taken off so he said ok and then fell ...
... chewing tobacco I would have spit it on the ground and with cowboy squinty eyes and drawl said "yup, that's me, the lone wolf". Instead I quickly make my way to the empty car and climb in. It goes on a constant slow turn for about 6-minutes and then that's it. That 6-minutes goes very slowly when you realise that maybe you have more of a fear of heights than you thought you did. When I wasn't holding onto the sides (okay gripping) I was quickly snapping some photos of the view. I ...