Executive Inn And Suites
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... I wasn't too thrilled with that option. Honestly the entire hour or less it was for us to get to this plane was every emotion you can think of - fear, panic, hope, joy, it was a roller coaster. So now we're all panting, Jeff and Henry have to use the bathroom (I went on the plane earlier) but don't want to lose their place in line. Our landing in Miami was nearly vacation like compared to BOTH **** shows in Santiago. We were the only plane in customs, and immigration, and ...
... at home. We are grateful they are in Chicago now and closer to Toronto so that we hopefully get to see them more often. Spending time with them in Chicago was a great way to end our year long trip, just like spending time with them in Dallas was a great way to start our trip. Tomorrow morning we leave for our 20th and final flight of our journey - an hour or so long flight to ...
My outfits are (mostly) decided, so now it's time to decide which sites to pack into the weekend. Fortunately, my hotel has some great suggestions, and out of the list I'm leaning toward:
Friday evening - Asakusa | Sensouji, the oldest temple in Tokyo is the landmark of this area. The Nakamise and the rows of shops leading up to the temple evoke the ambience of a bygone Edo era. The ...
... great recommendation and some yummy scallops for me! Our final activity was a night tour and a view of the beautiful city lights. I struggle to decide if I love to see the city more during the day or lit up at night. Either way, it's a sight to see! Our tour guide was also the best of the day and very entertaining. Our evening ended with a tasty treat from Sprinkles cupcakes. (Chocolate for Aunt Linda and lemon for me!) Now, for a good night's ...
... Park and Millennium Park, with a long stop to gawp at the Chicago jelly bean (Cloud Gate). I'm normally dubious about some modern art, but there is something enthralling about this 110 tonne of smooth polished metal that reflects and warps the Chicago skyline.
More walking followed as we went to Navy Pier. This was a little tacky and overly touristy, but enabled us to go on a ferris wheel which offered good views of the city's skyline from the sea...I mean ...