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... by spending an evening in Paris before flying home!
It's going to be busy week leading up to the trip but I'm sure it will fly by and we will be on our way!
In the meantime, I hope everyone is enjoying their 4th of July weekends!!!
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... and crypts. They went on for blocks and blocks!
The city itself is very clean even though it is so crowded. There are few places to park a car so most people walk, ride a bike, take a taxi or take the "El". The cab drivers here are not as crazy as they are in New York City, but some of them are in training I think.
We decided that we would skip on the Sky Walk in Willis Tower. For those of you that ...
... dining halls have changed completely and now also house eateries like Einstein's Bagels, Starbucks and other fast food establishments. This was a shock compared to what we (including Shantanu) was used to for single cafeteria style food.
Tacos El Rey is still there and as good as it was when we were in college - We used to often go ...
... the house.
We also went next door to meet Melvilles - Jack was home and was really surprised to see Karla. It was good to talk to him and share family stories. Karla dragged all of us to her church, high school and Carroll College (Karri's alma mater).
All in all a good visit to Karla's home town!
Onwards to ...
... the year he has lived in Washington—we did not get our sticker until we arrived back home in Grayslake!
· Blake and I both sustained injuries! We were taking an early morning stroll through Jimmy’s beautiful neighborhood in Seattle when he stubbed the bejusus out of his big toe on a slab of concrete from the uneven sidewalks (some of these sidewalks appeared as if they survived a few earthquakes in the Seattle ...