The Villa Toscana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a transparent box that extends off the side of the building so you can step out and see the city below your feet. We entered the tower at about six and didn’t get out till half seven, and most of that time was spent queuing. It was the most unorganised tourist area I have seen on this trip. The SkyDeck was completely uncontrolled and had no system of queuing so people just pushed their way through those who were waiting. It took Hayley and ...
... but in the shape of a bean so you looks weird when you look at it from different angles. We had fun taking some photos with our reflections. After we had lunch in the park cafe which was very nice. Then we had to do some shopping so headed to State street. Jonty had invited us to a Halloween party which one of the girls at his work was hosting. So we needed costumes of course! We found a discount Halloween fancy dress shop (convenient) so popped ...
After about 36 hours of a bus ride and airports and planes and the good old CTA, we arrived home completely exhausted. Today after 12 hours of sleep, I feel like a new woman and ready to reflect on our experience.
First of all, to everyone who expressed concerns about our safety, you need not have worried. Malawi is one of the safest countries in Africa. It has happily escaped the strife that has plagued so many African countries. This is perhaps where ...
... I should have turned right when it pointed left. But the arrows didn't lie - they gave me a clear direction of where I needed to go and they got me all the way to Santiago (and beyond). Now that I'm home, I'm trying very hard to follow my arrows (signs/feelings/intuition), even if sometimes they are counter intuitive. I trust that they will never steer me wrong. At times along the Camino I missed an arrow (or two!) - and would ...
It wasn't as traumatic as we had imagined, getting the boys off to an early start. They had no trouble with their bags on the way in. Not a very hectic rush hour, ? high unemployment/cold weather. It was -19, real feel -26.
Their bus was 3/4 hour late leaving the depot. They are taking an 8 hour trip to Louisville, and at $19, there was a fair cross section of American society. One thing, our ...