Howard Johnson Addison
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... mieszkanie. Cały dzień był duża operacja logistyczna, ponieważ musieliśmy zrobić kilka rzeczy na ostatnia chwile, na przykład zanieść Justynie klucze do naszego mieszkania, odebrać zdjęcia od fotografa, nie wspominając już o tym, ze ja sama musiałam tego dnia być jeszcze w pracy, a Bryan w szkole. Wyjechaliśmy w końcu po północy, oczywiście niektóre ...
... minus the glare. What a spot for a drink and a fitting way to soak in this huge city. On the agenda after our drinks was a meeting with Nat at a Blues Bar for a traditional Chicago, blues experience. The first bar we were going to attend was closed for a private function which initially dissapointed us but I think in hindsight we got a better, authentic experience. The bar we found was called Blue Chicago and truly was what we believed was a true Blues Bar. We walked up ...
... to the city for our Untouchables Tour after we find medical care for Carol who woke up with a weird eye this morning. Shobi told us the other day that a visit to the doctors if you don't have medical insurance costs approx $600! Carol went to Walgreen's who have a nurse on duty and she only cost $100 plus $65 for antibiotic eye drops. The Untouchables Tour was quite good. The funny ...
... 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 ...
... you don't have knives or whatever).
So then I had time, and I found a sign pointing me toward my destination. I had to get on the light rail thing to take me to it, but... oh fudge, Chicago's bad labeling! One sing said section H was this way, but then none of the signs told me which light rail led to H. Fortunately I appreciate language and communication, and now that I have been somewhere where both of thise ...