Travelers Inn - Niles
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... Now, reading up on travelling, if you're in an
area where you're the only white face the articles say you will be
noticed, you'll possibly be followed and you should be careful. As we
were leaving the store, they were stopping people to check the
contents of their shopping carts versus their receipts. Everyone
before and after was stopped and we got waved through. Our white skin
and tourist look must've been a bright light blinking for everyone ...
... 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. ...
... fried rice dish with shrimp and garlic. Shared desserts were in order once we put away the tasting dishes; with all of us sampling a pineapple tapioca and a honeycomb orange cake with cinnamon and meringue and coffees to follow. The fresh night air took away any complacency from our steps as we walked back to the apartment and concluded our first full day in Chicago. Our luggage still hasn't arrived but there are suggestions it may arrive later tonight, fingers ...
... Union Station. A rude awakening was coming. When we got to our room on the train, which I had assumed would be bigger than our "cell" on the California Zephyr because it had a toilet and sink, we were shocked at how tiny it was. The lower bunk, at its widest point, was slightly smaller than a standard pillow, with a 4" metal rail over part of it. The foot of the bunk was about 2" smaller than that. There was a toilet and a ...
... art work in the terminal, as well as my own bookstore! I didn't even realize I had one!
Thunderstorms brewing on a typical Chicago summer afternoon, but we took off for Scotland without any delays or even any big bumps.
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