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... there was no need to stop for lunch. Around 1 PM, we ended up hopping on a HoHo bus (Hop On, Hop Off tour bus) which gave us more information (as well as a free T shirt, free chocolate bar, and other free goodies at the various spots they stop at). Well worn out by the end of the afternoon, we headed back to the train station in preparation for boarding our train once again. After a well deserved steak dinner on the train, we were early to ...
... but they gave it a good shot.
Seeing the Chicago skyline was a real thrill. It is a beautiful city. Knowing Ryan's father helped to shape it makes it extra special for me to look at. We navigated our way through the Skyway and out of the city no problem. However, just before we were to head out to the suburbs fatigue set in and Omar took a wrong turn - right into the O'Hare airport ...
... it of course. We saw poison dart frogs and an anaconda from the amazon, leafy sea dragons from back home, and plenty of tortoises, frogs, and fish. Lots of brilliant fish.
Back on the Gray line bus to the Red Roof Inn. Linda and I cut a deal, and I went for a walk down the Mag Mile. Quick stop in Nike, Garmin, and Timberland before a rush to find a bike store to get some handlebar tape for Aidan's crutch handles. His hands are getting a workout.
Wanted to ...
So today's title is pretty self explanatory, it was wet and it made me wild (and not in a good way). Gloomy, wet and coldish. What is up with this weather? A few weeks ago I was getting nervous about the high temperatures and the reality is **** weather. I have started to have a fear that I will leave here with things I wanted ...
... the people - but it's a gorgeous area. A quick tour took us past thrift shops (Brown Elephant on North Clark, definitely worth a second visit!), bars, gay clothes shops (Andersonville is a well-known LGBT area) and restaurants (Touch of Heaven does a mean grilled cheese).
The Friday night was spent at Castle, a beautiful club downtown that actually does look like a castle on the outside! Inside is a maze of different levels, ...
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