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... rule breaking is in my genes. Rock on. It was actually lovely out at the lake, with the boats rocking and the waves lapping. I sat there a good while. A few helicopters passed over, and at one point two helicopters and two aeroplanes were all overhead at the same time. I was too lazy to take photos. It was hot. I headed to the Art Institute after 5, because they have this thing after 5 on Thursdays where it's free in! Yeah! Again, everybody had the ...
... interesting route as we got lost but entered up in the space section! We eventually found it and made it just in time to take our seats. We were upset that we didn't get to whale watch in New Zealand, so this was our next best thing. The documentary was interesting and we learnt some new, exciting facts about the large creatures. Colm decided his new career will be working with animals! Hopefully, he finds a really good job in New Zealand so I can follow him there! We had a fifteen ...
Why did I
pick the most complicated trip for my first outing with Road Scholar? The
online visa applications are confusing and very intimidating. But I must have
done it correctly as I have received my travel visas for China & Russia!
... Millennium Park and stopped to have lunch on the way at Sweetwater Grill. I had the best chicken salad I've ever had!
Then we walked to the park and to the starting line of the marathon. It started to rain a little, so we grabbed coffee, and we started to head back to the hotel, stopping at CVS on the way. Back at the hotel, we relaxed before ...
... the city. Next to the station is a supermarket. I picked up supplies for spag bol. The first bit of cooking I've done since NZ! Not that I did any. I didn't have enough time to cook, eat, clean and shower before meeting in the hostel reception to head out to a Blues Bar. There was a crowd of about twenty people and it was a good mix. I met a very decent Frenchman, which I really needed after all the recent French bashing. The bar was an interesting set up. Two separate sides of ...