Motel 6 Prospect Heights IL
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... the train. Only,it didn't turn up for about two hours. And I wasn't the only one with this problem. Thankfully they hadn't lost it but somehow the bag didn't make it on to the carousel. I suspect immigration marked it with something to suggest I should have life made as inconvenient as possible
Riding the 'L' train from Chicago O'Hare through the outer suburbs presented a chilling image of urban bleakness. The air was was a thick murky brown, fat flakes of snow ensconced ...
... alive!! "How did you know? " "Well, you did not update anything for past 2 weeks and now you are here. How was your trip?" I started with my story and showing off my frost bites which was preventing me from smiling. During the lunch, off the lunch, between work, I was sharing the story of Himalayas and every possible ways things could have gone wrong. People were glad that I was back and alive. ...
... no $5 fee), but had never registered them. We had to do that before they would work. So one more thing delaying us, Russ was a little peeved. Thankfully I was able to quickly reach someone who could do it for me. Very good customer service to a tourist in need.
We got off at Jackson to transfer to the Red line which worked great. (on the way back just to compare we transferred ...
... travel. It may not look it on the map, but if you walk from one to the other, you'd be looking at half an hour or more, especially in the blazing sun. We'd eventually smarten up and make use of the CTA buses. Back to the tour, it was blissfully nice to be in an air conditioned limo bus, winding through the streets of the Gold Coast and Old Town, listening to the history of the mob and it's prime players: Al Capone, John Dillinger and Bugs. We even stopped at ...
A late start with a walk almost down to Millennium Park before jumping on the bus for go a couple of stops. Both Saturday and Sunday saw major road closures - Saturday for the Memorial. Day parade and Sunday for a huge push bike ride around the foreshore area. These road closures made it difficult for everyone including bus drivers whose routes were changing constantly. We hopped off the bus at the Buckingham Fountain ...