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Set out for more exploring this morning, stopping for a light breakfast at one of the numerous cafés in the area and then used the last day of our 3 day bus pass to head down to the start of Route 66 to check out the roads before we leave tomorrow! After much walking we found the marked start and got our bearings, then it was back on the bus and around to Navy Pier for a look. A large thunderstorm had everyone diving for the shelter of the ...
... down to my undies and threw myself on the bed, in one swift motion.
I was so hungry I could have eaten the bed sheets, so I ordered room service... a "half a chicken", probably not in those exact words.
Literally 10 minutes after hanging up the phone with room service, my meal had arrived.. Already?
I lifted TWO lids on my super sized tray of deliciousness, but there was no chicken? One plate had 2 ...
... back to the hotel about 7pm went in search of Whole Foods - not a nearby as I had been led to believe but found it - too healthy, pure, organic for me -- however walked through a lovely block of small shops just a block from the hotel … very nice - oh yes, the weather cleared about
2pm and another pleasant evening!
The hotel is FULL!
Bit nervous about tomorrow seems a bit complicated to me -- we'll see
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... me the memory of the people who shared this place with me and the multitudes of comforts they gave me: the one with the Glasses who was always there for me even when he wasn't, the Sweet One who dragged me there in the first place, the Ballerina with the biting wit, the Sunny Smile from California, the Alaskan Linguist who got me back out into the sunshine, the Scuba Instructor who never ceased to ...