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We had a really successful trip over to Chicago - flew with Virgin, who were amazing, decent food, little turbulence and good films. The added bonus is that James, suitably sedated had a great flight (he slept for a large portion of it). Got a cab from the airport to the hotel, took about 40mins, very heavy traffic. Hotel is great, rooms really big and well appointed. Lucy and James are on floor 28 ...
... foot of the statue), some cheap grocery stores and a cute little movie theatre.
We continue on to Milwaukee Avenue to do the 30 min walk to Wicker Park. We stop by a cool little cafe to have hot chocolate (still don't trust the coffee here, need to find an Aussie cafe). Its got a cool Surry Hills or Camden vibe. The cafe is filled with students on their laptops studying or Facebooking.
We continue our walk down through Bucktown then Wicker Park. I really ...
After shortening my drive some last night I hit the road today for a full day of driving. Crossing a few states I had never been in before I made the decision to lengthen my route slightly and avoid driving through Indianapolis. I stopped in Vincennes, Indiana for the night leaving myself an easy 4.5 hour drive the next day.
Distance Traveled: 8409 miles
Stadiums Visited: 12
Sight of the Day: The Smoky ...
... over the span of 4 months in an effort to fix a mind-boggling series of blunders.
In April, Joe’s reservation somehow got cancelled. Joey’s was fine. It took 6 calls totaling 7 hours and nearly the entire month of April for Joe to get his reservation fixed and re-ticketed. This is why Joe is put in charge of these things. He is patient and polite and people love him. Joey wouldn’t have lasted 5 minutes without ...
... minus the glare. What a spot for a drink and a fitting way to soak in this huge city. On the agenda after our drinks was a meeting with Nat at a Blues Bar for a traditional Chicago, blues experience. The first bar we were going to attend was closed for a private function which initially dissapointed us but I think in hindsight we got a better, authentic experience. The bar we found was called Blue Chicago and truly was what we believed was a true Blues Bar. We walked up ...