Super 8 Morton Grove
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Ethnicities (% breakdown): Japanese 98.5%, Koreans 0.5%, Chinese 0.4%, other 0.6%
National Language(s): Japanese
Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Shintoism 83.9%, Buddhism 71.4%, Christianity 2%, other 7.8%
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions:Many seafood products are used in Japanese cuisine in food like sushi along with rice being served at almost every meal.
Traditional Dress Descriptions:Woman wear ...
Sorry this is a bit late! Yesterday we woke up in the train at about 7am. Thankfully the screaming kid behind us slept almost through the night but there was a snorer in front of us!! We didn't have much luck that's for sure!! As it was a packed train we weren't allowed to move seats as there weren't any spare ones! Anyway we managed to get a few hours of broken sleep. The chairs reclined quite far but there was still a bit of tossing and turning! We arrived in Chicago one hour ...
... slices - but I didn't eat the crust. I wasn't a big fan of the taste and it was quite thick. Hinesh has stopped eating some of the cheese on his slices. We roll out of Gino's and take a 15 minute walk to Millennium Park.
Now the temperature today has dropped by about 20 degrees fahrenheit so its only 70 and Hinesh hasn't brought a jacket with him. We walk arm in arm and I try to keep him warm as we head to the park. When we get closer to the park we wonder if the ...
... had endless movie options, TV shows, music, and video games all for FREE! Our meal was quite fine, and even the wine was a perfectly lovely tempranillo. Amelie was most excited about the offered pillow and blanket. Oliver was excited about the entire experience and that he would be in Spain when we landed. Ian really wanted to stay in Chicago, and Elyse, well the entire trip has been nothing but "wows" from her. Overall, we had an amazing flight. And then, the fun began!
After having checked out early and spending most of my day at Washington Union Station, I finally board my train to Chicago Union Station in the late afternoon. 17 hours on a seat in Economy Class, I did not know what I signed up for.
I reach my assigned seat, trade for the window with the woman next to me and am soon left alone all together as she leaves with her young baby and family to another car.