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One more week and I'll be on a plane heading toward Japan! The countdown frenzy has begun! I am honored to be traveling with staff from JCCC and other educators from the Chicagoland area. I will be traveling with Superintendent Dr. Jose Torres from District ...
Passport has arrived, itinerary defined and bags slowly getting packed! The reality that I leave in 21 days to travel to Japan is beginning to set in. The JCCC has provided this trip as an educational exchange to support the relationship between Japan and the US. As an educator and educational leader, I am very excited to learn about the culture and educational system in Japan. I hope to learn about ...
... and then I will fly on to Bangkok, Thailand. That flight is also 10 hours. That will be the most I have flown in a 24 hour period.
I booked my hotel for Chiang Mai: Rachamankha Flora House
In Bangkok I will be staying at Baan Manusarn.
You can go to Tripadvisor and type the name in and see the pictures.
Then it was over the bridge to the ninth stop were we picked up the bus (our tickets were still good), we are getting pretty clever at this hop-on hop-off thing. It wasn't as cold as yesterday and we could think, we got off ...
... get down to the actual stadium. Wrigley Field was built in 1914 as the home of the Federal League Chicago Whales, and it's been the home of the Cubs since 1916. It also housed the Chicago Bears from 1921 to 1970.
Wrigley definitely needs a facelift. It feels very much like a 100+ year-old ballpark that has gone through an expansion or two. There is something to be said for a modern ballpark. The seats were in ...