The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald's Campus
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... evening I returned to the neighborhood with more people from my house to attend the Beer & Hymns organized within the church. There was a range of drinks available, from cider to whiskey, and we all sat down in the living room decorated with Christmas lights, to sing hymns and songs together with about 20 people. They ranged from simple, to 8-part simultaneous choruses (what is that called when you sing the same thing, starting at different times :P?). ...
... Repair, Safelite Replace". Mary was on the phone with them about a minute after it happened and before we arrived at the hotel we had set up an appointment and gotten the claim pre-approved by our insurance carrier. About 15 minutes after we checked in to the hotel the technician was out here and about 30 minutes after that he had repaired the crack right in the parking lot. Although its only a temporary fix as we'll need ...
... on the sofa so we had fun sitting in their place messing around. As we exited Navy Pier we came across another sculpture called Crack the Whip which was of a group of children all playing. The kid in Thomas couldn't help but join them. I've personally never heard or played that game.
We boarded our plane and spent most of the flight discussing plans for our next guest. Andy Marshall was arriving the next day and we could not ...
... but wasn't too bad. I had enough time to watch two movies, and three TV shows, I think the flight was around 7 and a half hours, still shorter than our Hawaii flight but it seemed longer because it was over night. We finally arrived in Shannon about 2 am Memphis time but 9 am Ireland time. Needless to say, we were a little bit ...
... razor clams, soft shell crab, mussels, duck confit and pork cheeks. The duck and pork dishes were two of the three-only 'not fish' items on the menu. We shared a 'Chicago Mix' dessert - caramel semifreddo, popcorn, cornbread and a cheddar tuile; it was a little like Lolly Gobble Bliss Bombs meet toffee ice cream. We all had a coffee, then headed back to the apartment where we wiled away the evening talking and playing board games - an advantage of the lack of cable ...