Wyndham Glenview Suites
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- Multilingual staff
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... a cocktail and Geoff had a beer then we had a dessert. Well this meal was expensive but so different and although this travel log says it is 15th September as I write this it is only 14th. So we had a special meal the day before our wedding anniversary. Why not? We had been on the Ferris wheel too. We caught the big bus again and went all the way round on the top deck it was lovely and warm and windy. We had ate ...
... Blues show on radio 2 and had listened to a lot of his music going to and for to work. We sat on our multipurpose Pac-a-Macs, as the ground was still quite wet from the storms, and all the available seating had been taken. Really enjoyable show, especially so as I know a lot of his songs. Would have moved on to other stages, but the heat was so intense and there was no shelter that we decided we would not survive another hour in the open. ...
... under pressure or poured through a filter in measured amounts. We continued north, across the river and into the area close to Sarah & Max's previous apartment to visit Eataly - a large business spread across two floors of a refurbished building with a market-like feel, interspersed with cafés selling all varieties of Italian cuisine. Separate areas of the store are devoted to cheeses, meats, seafood, bread, ...
... a look around – it
was too early and nothing was open, so after a quick wander we went to some boats on the main river/canal. Here we did the optional architectural cruise. It was 1hr long, we went along the river canal and saw the great buildings of Chicago, sometimes they were hard to see due to cloud, but we saw the main ones. The tour guide told us the history as well. We got back to where we started and then i left with a few ...
... the earbuds out and never wore them again. Strangely enough, I never got bored - I never longed for it. I was in touch with the sound of my boots crunching along the path, the obscure (and sometimes not so obscure) sounds of nature around me, the sounds in the villages, my breathing, and also some absolute silence. I'd see some folks go by with their earbuds and music, and I'd get a wave, a quick "Buen Camino" and they'd be on ...