Westin Chicago Northwest
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... a good way to spend the afternoon. I did the canal boat cruise and found that it did not keep me cool on an unusually hot day! People in Amsterdam are friendly, but I found some do not know about places outside of the city. I stayed away from the things Amsterdam is well known for and that was perfectly ok with me. My hotel was small, but clean, quiet and in a good location. The city has a lot to offer, but I would not need ...
We arrived in Chicago 3 hours late, making our total first long distance Amtrak journey approximately 20 hours long. Overall not a bad experience with huge chairs which were comfortable but unsurprisingly not the best nights sleep. There were amazing views travelling through the countryside and mountainous regions of northeast USA.
I also met some interesting people on the train. There was Adam, ex-naval man with some clearly dark stories that he would ...
... the existing ones. We tried a number of permutations and combinations before deciding on the layout that we felt drew least attention to the discrepancy. We then used the new ladder to hang some "air plants" which Max and Sarah had purchased at the Chicago Garden Show last month and left the shelves for Sarah to re-stack. At roughly midday Sarah, Maggie and I headed out to the shops. The streets were busy after the annual Memorial Day parade down State Street; the ...
... I was pretty sure I would not need any lunch.
I had to head out on my way back to Boston for my flight later that day. My plan was to take the coastal highway and see some of the sights in Salem. Well, I got turned around a few times because of signs and Salem was very busy and I couldn't park so I just continued on to the airport and arrived several hours early. That was ok because there was a lot of ...
... when the sales attendant asked for his ID he could not produce a residency document, stating simply "I don't live here". Enough said. We made our way to Max and Sarah's, passing yet another wedding party having photos taken on a busy city street. Brides and grooms here seem to have a lot of attendants - this particular wedding had five groomsmen and five bridesmaids. Sarah tells us that large wedding parties are the norm in the US. We collected Max and Sarah and the ...