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... a familiar mix of Thames Mags Court and Snaresbrook Crown Court, but I also felt very scared. The streets are very deprived. Homeless people everywhere. Due to the HORRENDOUS welfare and healthcare system there are people with severe physical deformities begging on every corner. It reminds me how lucky we are with the NHS #screwyouJeremyHunt.
South Bend was clearly a very rich area as the streets were spotless, there was no sign of ...
... how embarrassing (well, they say this NOW).
It's been fun planning with others - comparing notes, doing REI runs together, discussing how much our packs weigh, etc... And now the backpacks have been packed and re-packed, taped into trash bags for the trip (classy!), and we're headed to the airport in an hour..... this is the last day with makeup and styled hair for some time :)
Next stop - Amsterdam!
... which showed us the modern architecture of the city. It was beautiful and built in 1889. It is now home to the ballet and in what case where the royal ballet performed during their US tour recently enough. We walked past the Roosevelt university, which is the only university to be named after that president. We made our way along Michigan Avenue into Grant Park, which has a statue of Abraham Lincoln. It was Lincoln's hometown after all and is very much still as all cars have on ...
... a good opportunity to soak up the local area and atmosphere. Brunch just had to be enjoyed and we had been recommended a restaurant called "Wood"! A Bloody Mary, Corned Beef Hash & bottle or so of Albariño later & we were definitely in the swing. Monday was our tourist day & we headed for the central area to do the No.1 attraction - a ...
... 7 1/2 hours and 488 miles later with no stopping and I arrive in Cleveland. Now I start to like the hybrid car as so far I have paid the miserly sum of 25 dollars in fuel. The purpose of my stopover in Cleveland was to visit the Rock and roll hall of fame but I arrive to discover an event is being held for new inductees and it's closed to the public. Undeterred I spend a couple of hours in a great local place called tic toes near my hotel and ...
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