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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what to do in Chicago, what is our jobs, how much money we have, etc., then it was when Marcel had to scan his fingers after I did mine. Marcel had to scan his thumbs too, while I just had to do my 4 other fingers right and left hands. So, I was telling the officer, -Me: I didn't scan my thumbs.. -Officer: Oh, we didn't need it. We already have it. -Me: Okay -Marcel: ... Apparently I look like a criminal that's why I have to do ...
... to happen straight away. We could be here for hours! The only problem was the surprise Jonty and Theresa had booked meant we couldn't stay there for hours even if we wanted to. We decided our cut off was 7:30 so started to make our way out of the crowds to the road. Then I over heard someone say he was doing the walk at 7:30 so we decided to hang on a bit longer. However, we were now in a terrible spot with a massive street light in the middle of ...
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... to a timeline, my route, mealtimes, possessions (many of which I left at various points in my journey), etc.
Unplug. As I prepared for the trip, I was so concerned about bringing an ipod for music and books on tape, etc (I was going to be walking so many hours a day on my own - what would I do!?). On about the 5th day I realized I had not listened to anything, and decided to play some music. After a few minutes, ...
... against them.
There are signs on the footpath warning pedestrians to beware of falling ice. From the top of the tall buildings .Yikes.
Terry grumbling that the Aussie dollar is dropping.
We are sitting in the Amtrak lounge, with a log fire, and a big Christmas tree. There is soda and coffee available, as well as packets of chips. We are the only people not eating the chips. But I am treating myself to a Pepsi.