Motel 6 Chicago- Rolling Meadows
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... outlets and settled in for a period of people watching. The Tumi luggage store seems to be popular with Asians. Maybe they are the only ones passing through the airport who can afford Tumi luggage. One thing we observed was a more mature gentleman selecting one of the over shoulder brief cases and parading in front of a full length mirror to check the finer details of how he looked with a potentially new Tumi branded briefcase. Clearly the enhanced image ...
... decker. It's silver with small dark windows top and bottom, there are a load of carriages.. It must look like a bullet as it flies down the track. We are given an orange ticket with seat numbers 49 & 50 upstairs. The seats are wide and large with plenty of leg room for Tonys long legs? We get settled and off she rides. Next stop West Virginia. Heading through VIrginia there is so many differ t types of house. Some very old even caravan houses and then you pass brand ...
"Hog butcher for the world,
Tool maker, stacker of wheat,
Player with railroads and the nation's freight handler;
Stormy, husky, brawling,
City of the big shoulders."
Carl Sandburg's 1916 poem, "Chicago"
Yes it was early on Saturday 9th August and we were on our way to the 3rd largest city in the US (after New York and Los Angeles) Chicago… or as it is also called ...
... inadequate. Oz licence not recognized! We keep calm. I explain we have had no problems with this before can't they retrieve the suitcase if necessary as it had literally gone 2 minutes before etc etc, no no , still nice, wait here, blhblahblah eventually it transpires that all he has to do is to go through the 'normal' security line, I am through the other one, asking if I must remove my bangles as usual. No no but they were wrong, the buzzer screeches and back I go, ...
... in Paris on July 17th!), ready to go with Jackson & Abby! First stop, Sardinia, Italy.
Tomorrow we will begin our journey with 20 hours of travel . . . Chicago to Newark, Newark to Rome, Rome to Sardinia, and then a two hour drive up the coast to Tertenia, where we have arranged for our first home exchange (Inspired by the awesome Chris Miller & Shelby Cosner!). The Italian family will be staying in our home in Chicago ...