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Up early we bypassed a home cooked breakfast from Steve and more of his tales! Paul took the reins early while Carolyn caught up with sleep after enjoying a bed as wavy as a rough sea! A couple of hours in the illegal driver took over and forgetting cruise control or the law set off to get back to Chicago ASAP! The weather was very unkind and at …
... walk through the parks to see the dinosaurs in the Field Museum (now extinct - so sad) and saw the start of Route 66, before going for a swim. We then met James, and hopped a bus to their lovely apartment for a barbecue, some local ice cream, and a walk along the lakeshore. Amazing generosity from them both and lovely to catch up. Hi from them to everyone at home! We found Chicago to be a fantastic city. It's got bags of personality, has an amazingly active, ...
... row next to me. When we were not sleeping soundly, we enjoyed chatting and eating the good airplane food. :)
I ended up sleeping from Quebec to Berlin, hence missing the entire Atlantic! Ah, well, next time... :)
When we arrived in Istanbul we were rushed through security to our plane: we ran off the plane to the bus, to the airport building, to the security, to the gate, straight to our seats and in the air at once. It was ...
... which was about a ten minute walk from where the bus dropped us. Mike was the first person to accept our Couchsurfing request, months before we were due to arrive, and we had been looking forward to meeting him. When he heard of our long bus journey and early arrival time in the city, he insisted we head straight to his place to rest our weary heads.
The welcoming committee were his two chocolate labradors, Adam and Junior (father and son), getting on in years ...
After several days of feeding my body (really, really well), it was time to feed my soul. Bulgarian Folk Festival Verea was one of the reasons I had extended my work trip. Now in its fifth year, it is a festival where Bulgarians living all over the US and Canada come together to perform traditional Bulgarian dances (called horo) and songs. But I am getting a little bit ahead of myself.
I had originally planned a nice, leisurely Saturday ...