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... REALLY well…John said he left there feeling like a rock star), touring the fitness centers in town and taking photos of John on fitness equipment (they’re planning to use the photos in advertisements for the circus), shooting a commercial advertising the circus for the local cable channel, and relaxing in our RV at lunchtime just long enough to make me really sleepy.
Al, the bill poster, was in town to see the lot and hang posters, so we ...
... with the Navy Pier. It took our GPS some time to get us there due to the built up nature of Chicago city she had trouble getting a signal. We drove through Lincoln Park and by the zoo before stopping into Portillo’s for the famed Italian beef sandwich. Portillo’s is a Chicagoland tradition since 1963 and came highly recommended by a local. We enjoyed ...
... the instrument) and a perspex shield. He had to try and avoid the paintball at zero delay (unsuccessful), 0.5 second delay (unsuccessful) and then at 0.75 second delay (successful) and thus it hits the gong!
It is about 4:30pm and the adults realise they have not eaten and we decide to go to the Hard Rock Cafe....time to buy two more shot glasses for my collection!
We go and have an early dinner and then move next door to the Rainforest cafe for dessert. This place ...
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Chicago, with its tall buildings and park surrounded by sky scrapers initially gives one an impression of NYC. But if you dig a little deeper you find the windy city has an identity all of its own. I started out with trip to the cultural centre and its ...
... holocaust movie Shoah all day that day. (It's a long one)
I had a couple of hours to kill, so I walked over to Greektown and scored me a delicious gyro at Greek Islands. I also stocked up on food for the next three days of train-ing around I'd be doing soon!
I remember there were a ton of mennonites in the train station. Is that because they aren't allowed to fly?