SpringHill Suites Chicago Southwest at Burr Ridge / Hinsdale
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... almost) with open arms. The next 4 hours were filled with pictures of ancient medical practices, industrial-looking surgical implements, interesting developments in anaesthesia and pain relief and all manner of things (that seemed to be in the recent past) that shocked and amazed. Max pointed out some spinal screws and rods that weren't dissimilar to the ones he has installed in his neck. We were relieved to find that the practice of placing ...
... marketing is the same. By using a pyramid scheme, there may be a single person at the very top, and they can earn money from everyone below them, therefore will the ones that they bring in. More pointedly, there is not any product exchange, just money delivered to your up line, and you expect exactly the same. Multi-level marketing is actually setup with a similar structure we use within corporations today. A fantastic ...
... like I was in Richmond - a strip mall complex to my left that looked big at first, but when we walked through it later, wasn't quite as large as it seemed. Out of the downtown core, we look back to the skyscrapers in the distance, feeling far away from Chicago's beating heart. To the right (or futorther south), we see the Chinatown gate and the Wall of Nine Dragons, and decided to head in that direction first. Being early still on a Sunday morning, not many shops were ...
... at a burger place by the river (even more chilly) and hurried home where we fell straight asleep... At least I did! Woke up the next day ready for our *free* tour of chicagos architecture. We expected a one hour small walk and little tour of the local area. But we were very lucky. Our tour guide (I forgot his name, but he was a really really cute old man with a Chicago "el" train -the Chicago elevated train system as we learnt on the tour- Tshirt on, aww) we went around the city ...
... fun seeing everyone and chatting while the kids took the dogs to the park and they all played on the swings and slides.
By the time we had to leave, our kids begged to simply stay in Chicago, saying they "never wanted to go to Spain anyway." I was afraid this could have been the beginning of a bad thing. After being delivered back to O'hare, everyone seemed fine. We were able to get Ian a boarding pass (for some reason one hadn't printed out in Denver). ...