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Traditional Cuisine Descriptions: butter was used in the north, pork fat in the center of the country, and olive oil in the south. Italians are known for their use of herbs in cooking, especially oregano, basil, thyme, parsley, rosemary, and sage. Cheese also plays an important role in Italian cuisine
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Simple pants and ...
... that first step, that Opry crowd when they first hear Hank sing "Hey Good Looking" We strolled back down the truly jaw dropping Michigan Avenue, Art Deco sky scrapers, huge canyons of glass and steel and all the retail a right thinking woman could hope for. Look at the pics, I can't do its grandeur justice. 22.21 Really quiet night, back to Kitty's. Few beers and shepherds pie to eat. Mentally gearing myself up for an English ...
... His reply was that parking is "a tough gig in Chicago." He said we would have the best luck in an area called the Near North Side. So google maps got us to the Near North Side where we promptly found a parking place. On the street. And the parking was free! It seemed too good to be true. We looked at every sign up and down the street and saw nothing to indicate that we would have to pay or that it was reserved parking or that we would be towed. So we parked at the corner ...
... the run to go first to third. Nice guy though. The stadium was rather drab with dark gray being the dominating color. The left field upper deck was a kid zone with a wiffle ball diamond and other kid friendly activities. Along the outfield walkway were a series of statues honoring the White Sox greats of the past. A party deck in center field provided a back drop for the batter's eye covered in ivy (I wonder how the fans from the north side ...
Today, we begin our 10 day Ireland adventure. It has been 16 years since Bridget stepped on a plane and she had some catching up to do. Our morning shake-out run was cancelled due to yet another rainy day and we spent the morning relaxing inside, considering building a boat and simply sailing to Ireland instead. With our packing lists checked off, we excitedly hopped into the car and started off to the airport.