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Friday was a quiet day, as Lisa and Brian left for a relative's funeral in Cincinnati. I did a bit of sight-seeing, then spent the rest of the day enjoying the quiet. I've not had a day where I wasn't traveling, visiting with people, seeing sights, or whatever in a long time, and it was lovely.
Tomorrow is another long day as I head west to Topeka and a visit with my brother David and his wife, Edie.
... a milkshake... we ate most of it with a spoon. Fantastic value at $3.50!! Can probably claim it as the best milkshake I've ever had... and I've had alot of milkshakes in my short 21 years!
Back at the hotel it had started to rain really heavily so we went and spent some time in the spa before heading to White Castle (conveniently located 200m from our front door) for dinner. Not a healthy dinner, but it had to be done! We ordered ...
... State Museum, Central Canal, Veterans Memorial, Soldiers Monument and Wrigley (Victory) Field. The trail was a very good way to see the city. It was marked out nice and obviously so that you couldn't get lost and it has a separate path making it easy to get around and not have to worry about pedestrians.
After the bike ride we made our way to the NCAA Hall Of Champions. The museum was dedicated to telling the history of all 23 NCAA sports. These ...
... to my last trip to South America. As wonderful as the freedom was, I remembered some of the difficulties I also faced. I remember my ATM card being sucked into the machine and not coming out, with no easy way of communicating what a major problem this was. I remember it happening again, and me standing on a chair in the bank shouting, "Does anyone here speak English?" It’s a wonder I wasn’t arrested for bank disturbance. A sweet young ...
... although all drivers escaped unharmed, the final accident bringing out a red flag to stop the race with 8 laps to go. That decision meant that there were 6 green flag racing laps to the finish and the 200,000 plus crowd were rewarded with the second closest finish in race history with American Ryan Hunter-Reay taking the victory. Dinner was at Lindo Mexico where I ate Chorri-Pollo, a dish of chicken, chorizo, beans, rice and tortillas. Top temperature today was ...
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