The Villa Toscana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the right direction and got there just in time. The trouble with American cities is that the roads are so vast and the time you have to wait for the crossing and it can take 5 minutes, so everything takes longer. I still can't believe I actually slept well, let alone overslept the night before the scariest day of my life! After arranging our bikes, shoes, helmet etc in transition, we had a couple of hours to chill and visit the portaloos on several occasions. (These portaloos are ...
... box attached to the side of the building and looking down below, it was crowded with Asian teenagers taking selfies and doing push-ups. And also not very exciting. But it's ticked off my list now. I walked around a bit then, through Millenium Park, where there was an enormous free Mozart Piano Concerto concert taking place with full orchestra. It was lovely, but at that point I was getting a bit fuzzy and it felt like walking in a dream state ...
... an important part of life. We were taught some Chinese table manners, including which way the chopsticks should be pointed when not in use (not toward anyone at the table, and certainly not straight up and down in the rice bowl because that resembles a tomb stone); how to indicate when you're finished with your meal ("I"ve eaten well, " not, "I'm full" or "I'm finished"); and the most important guest at the table sits at the left of the host.
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... only boat tour that uses volunteers from the Chicago Architecture Foundation. And let me tell you, there was absolutely nothing our tour guide Anne didn't know about Chicago or it's beautiful buildings. We wound along the river past all the famous Chicago Landmarks, whilst learning some really interesting tidbits, such as why it is called 'the windy city', which is something to do with politicians and nothing to do with ...