China Doll Country
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... theatre, spent a couple of hours meandering through a wealth of original paintings and sculptures at the Chicago Institute of Art; wandered down to the lake-front (although I'm sceptical about its definition as a 'Lake' - I'm pretty sure it's an ocean); we visited Navy Pier, and headed downtown to climb the Willis Tower - the tallest structure in North America, before heading for a very tasty local dinner. The next day, we met with our friends-from-home, James ...
... Twitter, and our iPads to incorporate technology into our classroom learning. We are better equipped to amplify our students' learning! We can't wait to read her upcoming book, Amplify!
Now, about Kristin as a hostess! She showed us the best place to have lunch...on Oak Street Beach! We also were led to have the all famous Chicago pizza at Gino's. She treated us to a drink ...
... and watch the deciding game 7 of the playoffs between Chicago and Anaheim. The result of this match would decide who would play Tampa in the Stanley Cup final series starting the next week. It was a great game and the Blackhawks won!!
Now we need to work out how to keep watching the ice hockey! We will be in 3 countries during the finals series and have already worked out we are on a bus for one game and a plane for ...
... I will cherish.
To finish off the day,we walked around Millennium park and even strolled down to neighboring Grand Park to check out the Buckingham fountain, which was, unfortunately, not in service, perhaps due to the cold weather. It was getting late and we wanted to spend the evening with Kristina's family, so off we went. Once again we hit rush hour, but our luck had run out. Getting out of downtown was just an abysmal experience. Turning left on the street ...
... level. The Chicago Lighthouse is a charitable trust, with a massive board of directors, that is non-profit, but very well resourced. They have many departments and my visit was arranged by Dominic the Vice-president of the public relations department. The lighthouse has a school that currently only serves 6 young people, having reduced steadily over the last few years due to the inclusion agenda here. It also has an early years/early intervention programme for ...