The Deer Path Inn
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Arrived at airport 1.13 am Tuesday 3 flights were cancelled due to storms in Chicago. GOT TO Hotel around 2 am. Woke up 8 am decided to take washing to laundry 20 blocks across down, walked 4 blocks, found we were going the wrong way. Caught a cab to hire car company, hired a small Nissan. Went back to Landry 80 cents a pound, $14 to do 5 days ...
... before and they do start to board 1 hr before and are locked and loaded and off that gate on time. Something American based carriers should take note off.
#3 - Turkish airlines like all carriers has these strict carry-on rules about sizes but this carrier even goes to say only 8 kg which is about 17 lbs in total. I thought, oh no were are screwed in that one was 26 and the other 33lbs and they couldn't ...
... A lot of this was basic knowledge but much was information I had either forgotten or meant I was not paying attention in school so was really worthwhile and interesting. Space is pretty mind blowing! There was also information about the Apollo missions, preserved spaceman uniforms and tools and a really good exhibition on the solar system (which was the best part considering there were no kids running around; I don't have anything against children, I just feel ...
... here is to embrace the people who enter your life, don't overthink and question and hesitate, or you may miss out on something special.
I guess these aren't really resolutions as much as realizations and goals, and making resolutions or setting goals means nothing if you aren't ready to work for them and possibly even give something up no matter how badly you want to keep believing or hoping for it to change. That clock and year change can give you the ...
Yvonne and I had the morning to ourselves, as we weren't planning to catch up with Max and Sarah until the early afternoon. We began by walking one block west to the huge Merchandise Mart, thinking this could now be our 'local' and we would grab a cuppa there to start the day. On entering the nearest door we were distracted by a 'sale' sign in the window of The Chopping Block - a kitchenware store and cooking school - so spent some time browsing the shelves and making ...