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... in the airport before boarding. These Europeans are on top of things! There was a delay in backing out of the gate because of some computer issues in the tower. Once that was sorted out, we took off, had an uneventful flight and landed at O'Hare.
My two weeks in Europe went by so fast. I saw every single item that was on my must see list in each city, which I am very excited about. I also saw places and things that ...
... to exploring more of what each place has to offer!
Here's what's happening when:
May 31 - Depart O'Hare, layover in Zurich, Switzerland for a few hours and arrive in Krakow, Poland on June 1 via Swiss Airlines
June 1-4 - Lodging at the Redbrick Apartments in Krakow
June 4 - Depart Krakow for Amsterdam, The Netherlands via KLM airlines
June 4-8 - Lodging at Hotel Piet Hein in ...
... sodden when we arrived, the cooking class was great fun. We were intrigued by the young woman who would not /could not eat dairy or meat (meaning she could only try the rice) - intrigued not because of her intolerances, but because of her expectation that, without prior notice, the menu should be adapted to suit those intolerances. (The answer, by the way, was "no" - well done, chef Brian). We cooked chicken and mango skewers which were marinated in a ...
... and having something to do while sitting and waiting. I also was able to get another bag of chips since it was now way past dinner and Jet Blue has free snacks. I don't know if other airlines would have extra food or even make it available.
So the drive home was stormy as was the drive to Maine. But in between was a wonderful vacation filled with great scenery and mostly great weather. I am ready for my next ...
... coffee (for 3 cups - 25g; for 4 cups - 32g; for 8 cups - 62g). Set the grinder to the appropriate setting (coarse). Step 4: Once the kettle boils, preheat the French Press and decanting vessels (carafe, mugs etc) with some water. Step 5: Pour out the preheating water. Place the French Press on the scale and tare it to zero. Step 6: Grind your coffee and add it to the French Press. Check to see that the coffee weight hasn't changed, then tare it to zero again. Step ...