Super 8 Chicago / Loyola University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... were directed at me! But no pressure. Got some interesting questions too: how it was that sharia law is valid in my country (?) and how come that my government was paying for me to come to America. Next to that though, I heard interesting stories of Mennonite history, and how the lady opposite of me had arrived in the harbour of Rotterdam the same weekend of the great flood in 1953, and had seen dead cows floating about. ...
... I tried to call a taxi, and hardly understanding the man through the phone, he only had to ask me 7 times what exit I was at..."I have no clue...". Apparently, he was referring to a sign (the size of my hand), in an airport arrivals hall! And standing at the exit for (probably) over half an hour, I called again. Wait again. And apparently we were picking up 2 more people (why not), and it still cost me 65 dollar! ...
... named Kashi. At the Peruvian restaurant last night, we had contemplated a main course of assorted street food, one component of which was empanadas. Max and Sarah had chosen not to incorporate the street food dish into our final order, but Sarah knew of an empanada truck which parks near the Farmers Market each day, arriving at approximately 11:30am - the plan was to purchase some for lunch. We had finished at the market with an hour to spare, so walked to Intelligentsia for ...
... on nye, I actually made some a few weeks ago. All of the ones mentioned along with a few others.
For the first time ever openly, I will share some of my decisions. Many of them, actually, all of them are intertwined and connected with one being the reason for or result of the previous or next.
I will continue to write my children's book series. This world has gifted me with so much, and I believe every kid should 'see' the world, whether that means ...
... and back--thanks SAS lack of internet "bad habits." People always seem confused when I have no idea what I will be doing, but I enjoy the ultimate flexibility and don't get too freaked out too easily so it works. Besides, traveling always has an inherent amount of uncertainty and one can only plan so much (or not at all in my case :)). Fortunately I already had all the vaccines and such because I didn't ...