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... bag wasn't big enough for her pjs) Taylor's thoughts: Okay so, I'm extremely impressed with United airlines. The music on the plane is 11/10. From things such as; green day (dookie, of course.) Deftones (Newest Album.) Nirvana (Nevermind) Red hot chilli peppers Queens of the stone age Pink Floyd Sound garden Killers Lumnieers Muse Lynyrd skynyrd Biffy clyro. Also, free champagne... Man I could get use to ...
... The house features the timber panelling, stain glass windows and lots of natural light for which Wright was famous. There are also some other Wright-designed houses in Oak Park which can be seen on a walking tour. We also went to his other famous design, the Robie House in Hyde Park and 10 miles south of the city centre – Barak Obama’s house is in this suburb. Robie House is built in the Prairie style which ...
... in a long queue as we were 15th in line for take-off. Generally, that is pretty standard though during peak times at a hub airport. I've sat for much longer at Atlanta airport during high volume times. US uses Terminal 2 Concourse F at ORD which is so small, cramped, and outdated, but at least it's a lot quicker to get through I suppose. Hopefully, US will move to Terminal 3 when their merger with American finalizes. The only airline that has made T2 bearable is Delta on the E concourse.
... or atleast made a massive drug deal in
here. And here we are being asked to leave because there is a gig on.
After Al Capones place we headed for number two of the coffee shop
guys tips. The Kingston Mines, This is a blues bar. And a good one it
is too. Rows of benches and two rooms, of blues. We watched J.W
Williams. He was ace. And fancied him self as a bit of a comedian.
Better musician though. And just across the road, you can get a
burrito as ...
... and gets the key, which was the original plan.
In the apartment, Dianne checks the first door, and finds a sleeping body in the bed, so quickly shuts the door, and we look further, and find a bedroom off the lounge-room which matches the photo, and we move in. The bed is a bit strange, with the long side against a wall with a large poster against it, and no wall or bed head at the end where the pillows go. The view from the bedroom and living room on the ...