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... the heat was getting to us one man fainted nearby, so we headed off back to our hotel stopping at The Cheesecake Factory for pasta . It was a bit of a performance waiting for a table the place was just so popular. The huge portions defeated us but they provide you with a box for a doggy bag. Graham couldn't even manage any cheesecake. We staggered back home straight to bed , too tired even to get in a panic about the big day ...
... that worked there, but they were very friendly.
We then headed back home to all get ready to go out for dinner that night. We went to a lovely restaurant called Jimmy's Charhouse and had a massive dinner. Everyone was so full, we had to roll home. It was a great night.
No pictures with this blog, see previous entry with our day in Chicago.
... eat any item that was presented to us, since Disney had vetted everything. Hallelujah! We were able to have salads and all kinds of fruits for this part of the trip. But outside of the Disney bubble, I was still careful, not wanting to ingest any unwanted bugs. It is eye-opening to consider that a country the size of China, with its deep history and age-old inventions, still has third-world quality water.
Crime. We felt very safe while in ...
... since I’d changed to my little court shoes and less clothes – otherwise trying on stuff is a pain in the ass. But then I spotted a couple of people getting out a cab in front of their hotel so we were able to grab that cab and head back to our hotel.
We’d decided that since we’d had a big breakfast that we’d have a late lunch and skip dinner and just head straight to the theatre. We got back to out room ...
Kristina did not know this yet, but sightseeing with me is no joke. There are places to be seen and meals to be eaten and pictures to be taken. I have a checklist with must-dos and nice-to-dos, and I have google-mapped the place to death because my worst nightmare is wasting precious time trying to figure out where to go next, or, even worse, having to come back to an area I've been to already to do something that was on my list that I didn't realize was nearby.
I also ...