Benedictine Bed and Breakfast
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... that much differently from democratic countries. However, little things about the country are signs that the Chinese people definitely don't enjoy the freedoms we have in the US and other democracies. For example, TV stations are restricted in the homes of all Chinese to state-run channels. Even in the hotels, we could get only specific stations (and that was true no matter which city or which hotel we stayed at - the channel line-up was exactly the ...
Next was off to Chicago to catch up with Sam's friend Ryan and meet his gf Jen. They live in a new suburb in Elgin, near St Charles where Jen works, which is about an hour out of Chicago. We actually only went into Chicago on our last day as we were having a great time just hanging out and catching up with our friends.
Ryan met us at Midway airport and took us back to his place via a liquor store the size of a supermarket ...
... palsy (CP) when he went to the orphanage at age
"Lance’s biggest dream is to have his very own Forever Family. He
is a sweet young man who is outgoing and friendly with a smile for
everyone. Not having been in regular school before he came to us, he is
a little behind... but he is learning, although Lily says he is a little lazy with his studies. He
enjoys cartoons and listening to ...
... and socks were a bit wet by the end. We walked over to what was clearly an iced over pond, and a platform/jetty type thing over the top. There was obviously ice over the wooden boardwalk under the snow - we could hear it cracking with each step. Dad, Ryan and I were ahead of Mum as she was Mrs Cautious, and somehow she had not realized we were on a jetty - she kept yelling out 'are you sure it's safe to go out there?' As she approached we yelled her 'MUM!!! ...
... the night in Paris. We cancelled our first night Maltese accommodations and got a room at the Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport. The challenge was there were no flights we could get on from Paris to Malta on Friday. So we were booked through Frankfurt (finally a place I could use my German) on Lufthansa, on Saturday.
The Paris plane finally departed at 10:30 from Chicago and there had been another gate change, and that was, the airplane departed from K16.