The Deer Path Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
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... of the pathways had been cleared or salted. This meant more treading through snow; it was at least 3 inches deep, up to 6+ inches in some areas, so we didn't really know where the paths were underneath all that snow. It was like cross country snow trekking - sometimes our foot would sink down to our knees if we hit a ditch. Lucky for everyone else they had their boots on with lots of grip, but I still only had my nikes so my shoes were a little slippery, and both ...
... three months, I want to enjoy every single second and not let one go to waste. My Aunt Keb kept asking if there would be a TV in my apartment and that thought never crossed my own mind! Who needs a TV when I have so many countries close by??? I will miss Modern Family though. Isn't it crazy how things just pop up like I've been waiting a whole year for this day and now it's here and I'm sitting here like it's nothing. Just typing ...
... to get them to zip shut. I packed as light as I could, but let's be real, I'm a girl and I'm going to be gone for 31 days...
Anyways, I have my backpack, carry-on and checked bag. Of course I packed my carry-on like I may be living out of it for a few days in the off chance my luggage gets lost, but then was forced to check it anyways. The flight from Minneapolis to ...
Today the weather forecast wasnt great so we decieded we had to do some laundry :(. Anyway there wasnt any laundromats near by so we got a taxi to the closest one- which was practically 'the hood'. This took about an hour total but it was so worth. After this we dropped the clothes back to the hotel and headed out to explore more of the city. This lead us to Millenium Park which has the famous 'Bean'. It is a giant reflective object in the centre of the park that has become a focal ...
... getting some much needed rest.
Today we set of for our last day in the windy city and boy was it windy and cold, unlike Australia not many of the shops open on New Years day we ventured to the sky deck only to find that visibility was zero 1355ft up the tower after lunch and more of a wander around we headed back to get ready for our flight to san Francisco tomorrow and the thought of some warmth has us all excited about what lies ahead over the coming two ...