Habitat Corporate Suites at Presidential Towers
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... with a different company for the river boat architecture tour. my pink eye was not going to get the better of me. went on that for 75 minutes- great way to see the city and learnt a lot.
I then re-convened with Clara and we had a Chicago tradition- deep dish pizza pie. I managed two and a bit slices and then went into some sort of food related coma. It is crazy tasty but sooooo huge.
We then travelled to the ...
... was going to cost there was no way we were getting back in that traffic.
The buildings are absolutely amazing. Their architecture and their age are incredible. We walked along the “Chicago Riverwalk” for a bit watching the boats and the kayakers. It seems weird to have a calm river on one side of the street and a concrete jungle on the other. I can understand ...
... gate. This plane is <i>huge.</i> I wish I was super fancy and could afford to fly in comfortable first class... or business class, even. Hopefully, by the time I board I will be too exhausted to care if I'm comfortable or not. Okay, temporary internet is expiring and it's just about time to start Hour 3. This was a sucky post, my next one should be better and much more consistent. I'm holding on. ...
... plane man behind me jabbing his knees in the back of my seat, trying to sleep in uncomfortable seats, grey gloomy skies at Heathrow, queues through immigration, wait for the baggage, rush for the car parking pick-up, pickup the car and try to keep focused on the road, unpack the cases, start the washing machine, switch on the 'phone, don't read the 141 work emails... man, now we really do have the ...
... to form while traveling, our motto is: Expect the Unexpected.
There is a lot we want to see and do in London while we are there. We depart for Tblisi, Georgia on Wednesday, so we have a couple of full days to enjoy London.
After we get back to London at the end of the National Geographic Expedition, we will change suitcases for a train trip through Northern Scotland to see rural estates and gardens. ...