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! ...
... some years and suddenly there is a momentary pause that speaks volumes before he replies ' it's good for my daughter' and there we are, engaged in migrant talk about which, of course, I know a great deal, and touch on the politics of Ukraine today and the difficulty of leaving ones homeland and I can feel the tears just out of sight and don't wish to embarrass him so, having connected so unexpectedly, I wish him well and we bid each other goodnight.
... It's nice having good public transport here. Once off the train I wandered down to millennium park! Felt a lot safer in the park surrounded by lots of people and tourists. Walking down there was interesting... Unfortunately now that I'm in a big city again I have to see all the homeless people on the streets which is just sad. There was one aggressive guy on the corner of a street who started yelling at people saying "Guess none of you can spare ...
... science, it's fantastic, took a tour of the main sites in a minibus to keep dry, checked-out Navy Pier and the Smith Museum of stained glass and saw the Chicago symphony perform Mozarts last piano concerto and Bruckner's Symphony no.4. The performance was fantastic and what's more impressive was Bernard Haitink conducting the orchestra at the age of 85. Missed seeing the Art Gallery's main show stopper American Gothic, as they were not ...