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... but the jetway/bridge broke down so we had to wait 30 min in the plane meanwhile the mechanic fixed it. By the way, it was only 6 degrees in Chicago!! BRRR!!! And just because we all loves to wait, there was some kind of computer problems either in the plane or the flight tower, but it gave us about 30min more delay at the runway ...
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 ...
... our complimentary glass of wine. The flight to Chicago was relatively smooth, but experienced delays on both departing and landing so we were not at Max & Sarah's apartment until well after 7:00pm. Everything is being organised for the move to their new place on Thursday - many items already in boxes and a number more awaiting boxes to be packed into. Our tasks for tomorrow are to empty the kitchen cupboards, remove paintings and posters from the walls, and pack all of the ...
... supermarket, which caters mainly to the Puerto Rican/ Mexican community. They sell lots of intriguing produce, inc fresh pineapple sprinkled with chilli powder.
As I write this at 9pm, the temp is 0, will drop to 2 below overnight, with 80% chance of snowfall. I hope it doesn't interfere with tomorrow's plans. This cold weather is unusual so early, this is normal for February.
... get down to the actual stadium. Wrigley Field was built in 1914 as the home of the Federal League Chicago Whales, and it's been the home of the Cubs since 1916. It also housed the Chicago Bears from 1921 to 1970.
Wrigley definitely needs a facelift. It feels very much like a 100+ year-old ballpark that has gone through an expansion or two. There is something to be said for a modern ballpark. The seats were in ...