House of Two Urns Bed and Breakfast
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Depart: 8:45 am (Dec. 26) from O’Hare (ORD), Chicago to Nassau, Bahamas (NAS), arriving at 1:04pm (Dec. 26)
-Travel Time: 3 hr 19 min
-Distance: 1,311 miles
-Price: $279 each ($1,116 in total)
Depart: 7:00 pm (Dec. 26) from Nassau, Bahamas (NAS) to Miami, Florida (MIA), arriving at 7:55 (Dec. 26)
-Travel Time: 55 min
-Distance: 181 miles
-Price: $289 each ...
... could fly outside and spread it everywhere...... before refueling.
How great was the Sweet Betsey sing-a-long? Unfettered celebration!!!
As those who had filed in filed out there were a few sweet pictures. A conveyor of depleted feet carried satisfied bodies and courageous hearts into the night, ready for a next day made noticeably better… ...
... br> We relaxed with our evening and watched a movie after dinner. Then woke up to go back to the station to hop on our train to Denver, which was 90mins late before we’d even started – NEXT STOP DENVER (in 20 hours).
Already excited, some guy on this train says Denver has fruit, glorious sweet healthy blissful fruit, so far at best we have found apples and bananas in the 7/11. Apparently Americans don’t do fruit and veg in an accessible ...
Today I spent the day at the Field Museum - a Chicago institution and set up as a result of the World's Fair held there in 1893, more or less.
A lot of the exhibits weren't worth carting home, and assorted Chicagoans managed to convince people that purchasing them and then displaying them would be a 'good idea' ... since then, the Museum has gone from strength to strength.
And, yes, there is enough to keep you interested for a whole ...
... insert sarcasm> provided each of with $24 worth of vouchers to help ease our 7 hr airport stay. We surveyed the airport high and low to make the most of our vouchers. Two sandwiches and an hour later they were gone. Needing to vent, I once again made use of the rebooking phones yet again to negotiate $300 AA vouchers for each of us as compensation for the delay. Surely doesn't cover the loss of the day, but it put a little salve on the wound. Also purchased a bottle of Absolute Mandarin ...