Union League club
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... back to the room. We had planned to go to Lou Malnati's for dinner, but I called and it is a 2 hour wait for a table; they do not take reservations. Instead, I made a 8:30 pm reservation at the Weber Grill. It's not me first choice, but it should be fine...@ 7:35 pm CST.
We ended up going to Weber Grill. It was good, but expensive. After dinner, we headed back to the hotel and I went to bed.
... he told me that everything was fine, but I insisted on knowing whether our flight was still delayed or whether it was moved to another gate. The man at the counter checked in the computer and informed me that not only was our plane not here, but it hadn't even left Texas yet, so it wouldn't be arriving for at least another two hours.
With this new information Carlo and I settled in for a good long wait, knowing that we wouldn't be going anywhere anytime ...
... every Asian person in Louisiana was checking in to the same flight as me to transfer in Chicago. It felt like I was in a mini China town. My bag weighs exactly 51.5 lbs (1.5 lbs over the limit) and I was SOOO grateful when the lady working behind the counter gave me a little wink and told me I would see my bag again in Shanghai, and didn’t charge me for the extra! I made it to the gate with only 5 minutes to spare.
I don’t remember the first flight at ...
... this entry with a short clip I recorded on my phone (excuse the quality, it barely does them justice). It's a video of one of their more funky jams, but it was just as potent as all their other tunes. The singer in this one is one of Rodney's guitarists, and I got the sax solo in there too. A great taste of the Chicago music scene, albeit a small one.
Chicago is a wonderful city with a lot to do. I really wish I could stay longer ...
... Had it have been later in the day Thomas would have been in his element. After brunch we checked into our hotel and walked around Millennium Park. We entered the park by the Millennium Monument (Peristyle) and walked to the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, the outdoor music venue where festivals and other concerts often take place. It was a very impressive stainless steel structure that looked more like a piece of art than a stage.