Roscoe Village Guesthouse
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... But there he was, he finally set off! I got pretty nervous watching him from below, obviously they had closed off the area immediately below him and were delaying the TV broadcast by 10 seconds in case he fell to his death! His great-grandfather died when doing a tightrope walk aged 73 in 1978. Very sad. I actually think the whole thing he is doing is very selfish, after all he has a wife and two kids! How must they be feeling??He did the ...
... gorgeous -- in big places and small. Not only is the architecture stunning, but everywhere one can see creative beauty, in the glorious well-tended parks, in the ironwork in the many bridge railings, even in the smallest details, like grates or drains, beautifully crafted in Art Deco or Art Nouveau style..
Our infatuation began with Union Station: simply awe-inspiring in its grandeur, a huge beautiful hall of limestone ...
... 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 ...
... about going to buy some snacks. I wonder what the British will think of me. I've consider faking an accent most of the time when I'm out in public because of my fear of being taken advantage of since I'm not a local. Silly! I will be careful though, for any family members reading this :) Well by now you've probably lost interest because I'm just here in an airport, nothing fun yet. So I'll wrap it up with how they say bye in ...
... CTA blue line and getting to our hostel. Next off, we headed off to the Willis Tower to take in the city lights at night. After a few wrong turns, we finally got our directions sorted out. The L train roared above us as we made our way through the Loop along Jackson Avenue, and perhaps it was the late hour, but there wasn't too much of a line getting into the Skydeck. The view is pretty cool as ...