SpringHill Suites Chicago Lincolnshire
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... II - on route to England The Chicago airport is massive, just like Jim (my boss) said! I miss him and my lab mates already. Really glad I had six hours to kill in Chicago; it was fun to literally wander around the airport until it was time to catch my flight. I visited probably every boutique on the look out for a cheap bag to put my now carry on items in - the 'Sobeys bag' they were in was starting to rip lol. The happiest moment of my trip so far? Finding ...
... and all the really tall skyscrapers. The architecture and scenery were very pretty and Chicago is now one of our top cities in the States.
We would like to say big thank you to Kate, Alex and all the family for the generosity, hosptality and great food.
We left Chicago on the 3rd of September to fly to LAX in California.
Rozstaliśmy się z Flo and Jimem na stacji kolejowej, ...
... ended up being fairly warm (just on the edge off uncomfortable) but the occasional breeze kept the heat in check. We were in the direct sun in the right field corner which for this stadium isn't miles away from home plate. During our conversations the guy in front of us (in our seats technically) turned and asked about my Wyoming Cowboys t-shirt (his nephew had attended there). As we continued to talk he asked about my trip he ...
... The Hungarian Parliament is one of the most beautiful buildings I’ve ever seen, inside and out. It’s also where they keep and display the Crown Jewels. The night, we took a Champaign fueled river cruise. It was amazing to see the buildings lit up at night. The Hungarians have a tradition in which you have to kiss someone every time you go under a bridge…so that was fun. ...
Between finishing up the LSAT and LSAC, never ending dentist appointments (thank you to everyone for fitting me in last minute), obtaining my Chinese visa, figuring out the proper VPN, and many, many more tedious tasks, it seems like my preparations are never ending. But the day is almost ...