Westin Chicago Northwest
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... been warned to eat a head of time unless you like international flare mall style.
Apparently the only other things of noteworthiness that happened was #1 an older than dirt Turkish woman whom thought I was a ticket agent based on my passport around my neck surrendered her visa and passport to me. I probably should have taken her up on it, walked up to the real gate agent and pretended to be ...
... I had been to, providing some of Chicago's history that not every tourist experiences. After, I continued to the field museum but, due to my fascination with the cultural centre, I arrived too late so thought it was about time to head back home. That night, gerri, bill (gerri's husband) and I played cards which I rocked! Cribbage rules! I decided to get an earlyish night in preparation for another full day of sightseeing. The following day, gerri and I had a full on ...
... but really hope to be able to get more engaged locally too.
The get fit one is pretty cliche, but having previously spent over a decade focused on health and fitness, I admittedly allowed my travel and work to become an excuse for slacking off. I'm back at my facility and have jumped back in full force. I feel great, love the atmosphere, and carry the energy with me the rest of the time I'm not there. I am grateful for the team there and their ...
... and having something to do while sitting and waiting. I also was able to get another bag of chips since it was now way past dinner and Jet Blue has free snacks. I don't know if other airlines would have extra food or even make it available.
So the drive home was stormy as was the drive to Maine. But in between was a wonderful vacation filled with great scenery and mostly great weather. I am ready for my next ...
... upsets). The four of us shared two salads, a squid ink linguine with lobster and an artichoke pizza. The leftover pizza was boxed up for Max's lunch tomorrow. We then negotiated the puddles along the couple of blocks to Ontario Street, detouring briefly to Walgreen's pharmacy (which also serves as a general store, selling everything from fresh fruit to postage stamps). The McDonalds store opposite Walgreens is a huge one, ...