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... similar countryside. I’m pretty sure Indiana grows all the corn for the country. It was everywhere and it is tall! It was about 4:30 as we were about to cross over into Illinois and the Chicago rush hour. It was an amazing feeling to see the Chicago skyline for the first time. I never thought I would be here.
We are staying north of Chicago and were approaching from ...
... mix of people on the tour; a couple of families, one from Michigan and one from Canada; a few couples from Italy, Argentina, Spain and elsewhere in the States; a guy from Manchester and myself.
The tour was called "The Winter Loop Circuit" I think, and runs through the colder months of the year, with a lot of time spent inside rather than out in the cold. Shame really, as it meant that we didn't feel like we'd seen that much. He told us the history from the first settlers; ...
... the waiters to stop the clock, go back to the savoury courses as I wasn't anywhere near sated. In fact if this was the bedroom, then one of us was displaying very bad manners and it certainly wasn't me.
It brought to mind the comment from Graham's hairdresser regarding dining at Tetsuyas: she wanted to stop off for a hamburger on the way home. While I wouldn't go that far, I came closer to understanding how she felt.
... had to wait 25 minutes for hotel shuttle, hotel very busy with salsa competition (the dancing, not the food, confirmed by seeing some ridiculously short skirts)... etc.
It made for a somewhat unexpectedly late night. But we did upgrade to the panorama suite, and everybody slept well. You can't ask for much more than that.
... our Air New Zealand flight for Auckland. The flight attendants had such interesting ways of speaking - I had never heard anyone from NZ speak before. They were very cheerful and casual. "If you have any questions, just shout right out!" *big smile*
Lisa found an aisle seat on the exit row, so she moved forward so she could stretch out for the long flight. ...