Doubletree Guest Suites & Conference Center Chicago / Downers Grove
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... friend, Mae at the hotel in downtown Nairobi, hopefully by 8:00 PM. Then we get up on Monday to start five days of safari adventure.
I hope to update the blog at least once a day with stories and pictures. There might be a day in the middle when we do not have internet access but we will see at that time. I will give more thoughts about the trip at that time. So long until next time.
... around Millennium Park which had some beautiful gardens and an awesome outdoor amphitheater which is used for summer concerts.
I spent the the next couple of hours walking the streets like a hooker without the good times, marvelling at the the magnificent buildings Chicago has gracing its skyline. This city is truly an architects playground. There are buildings, both old and new, of all shapes and sizes. There were two that looked like giant ...
... if it has a whale display). Our first order of business was to go find the Belugas, which had a viewing room down in the basement. Kind of an arctic display, that also had penguins and Pacific dolphins. All of which we watched for quite a while.
Then on to a tropical island display - I think it was supposed to be an island in the Phillipines. Finally, back up to the main gallery which had several tanks of fish from lakes and rivers around the world. I thought ...
... However, when Roosevelt told Senator Henry Cabolt that he would be unavailable, Taft won the majority with 702 votes. This horrible action on Roosevelt’s part made Taft look like a fool through the rest of his campaign. Since Roosevelt had left the campaign trail, William Taft’s legacy solely depended upon Theodore Roosevelt. One columnist even said that Taft stood for “Take Advice from ...
... Kenya). I admired several beautiful Saris. Ours was the only Southern accent I heard, but it did prompt several people to ask where we were from.
We boarded a tall sailing ship, Windy, for a sunset cruise around Chicago Harbor. The weather was perfect for sailing. We had a slight breeze blow in when our cruise started, and Catie & George helped raise a couple of the sails. The temperature was just right with very little humidity. It was a ...
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