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Travel Blogs from Melrose Park
... together in the lunchroom for John to perform. They were one of those golden audiences who laughed loudly and often and made us feel like rock stars. I even had a chance to talk with one of the teachers who was genuinely interested in the circus and was really excited about his chance to see one for the first time.
The community is really excited about their first chance to bring the show to town and I really hope it goes well!
... with no straight lines and a real rabbit warren feel to it. There was supposed to be a Marae gallery and also a meeting house in the Pacific section. The gallery was empty, I'm picking all the pictures and objects have been packed away, but the meeting house, all the way from Tokomaru Bay was present and correct. Unfortunately there were no interpretive panels so that was a little disappointing, especially for those who were taken their shoes off and entered the house. Still you ...
... We will leave my dad's house four hours before the flight. This should leave us plenty of time to get to the airport even with the Taste of Chicago traffic. My wife,Kris and my step-mother, Wilma, we be seeing us off at the airport. My main job is to bring my dad back home safely but I think there are a lot of people in my family that think it is the other way around. That it is my dad's job ...
I hope and wait to see my dad. I know he is there, and his business is growing, it is so exciting to see and hear about. It is weird to know the potential of him and the influence he has had on me.. and to see it play out in another country. It's truly his playground, the entirety of the foreign country thing, it is so simple in regards to his practice. What a delight that the mere me gets to go see him in his joy of creating something new, something from scratch.
... shadows and everybody was anxious to get into somewhere warm upon our return.
We headed into the Navy Pier proper and had lunch at a Harry Caray's restaurant. After lunch, we walked around Navy Pier and all the way out to the end, stopping in the Museum of Stained Glass Windows, which was really two or three long exhibition halls of stained glass through one of the main pedestrian corridors ...
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