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... gone back. And yet, Julia was still awake, sitting in the chair, still dressed with her arms folded across her chest, staring at the TV. “Whatcha watchin?” Sam asked and Julia replied “A documentary. I like theology,” in a rather aggressive voice. She then commented that she thought we’d be back later, before asking if we needed the bathroom because she wanted to shower… Sam and I went and took off our make-up and brushed our teeth before going to ...
... and two bar stools. We sat there for a drink while the kids stood with their drinks. The extravagant Christmas decorations made the old bar feel cozy. The backlit sign above the bar caught my eye; "A woman drove me to drink and I never even had the courtesy to thank her. W. C. Fields".
We finished our drinks, made our way back to the car, and began the hour-long drive back to the hotel area for dinner. We all really enjoyed the ...
... 930 by cab to The Field Museum. Looked around there until just after 12, when we got a cab back to meet our Chicago greeter Bill. After a quick catch up of Chicago's history, he took us on an almost 4hr tour of the city's parks, art and architecture, including a stop off at Starbucks for coffee and lemon pound cake mmm. By this time it was 5, so we had a quick stop at Target for some ...
We set off on Highway 55 and eventually managed to get onto Route 66. It's not the easiest to find and the signage is sporadic!
We came across the Illinois Route 66 Welcome Centre and saw another couple in a Blue Mustang. Peter and Ashleigh. They took a year out after getting married 7 months ago and went on (and are still on) a travelling holiday. Such a nice couple from somewhere on the border on Geordie land and Scotland. They ...
... and didn't like it as well). We made it to US Cellular Field just as the first game was ending. Whew! Well, I like this field better than Miller Park, but not as well as Wrigley. We like to buy a shot glass to commemorate our visit. We were directed to four different shops on three different levels before we finally found one left over from St Patricks day. Not a great intro. We did find a ...
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