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... class: $37.55
Taxi Fare: $40
Total Cost for Brazil: $4609.95
Cooking classes 195 X 4= $780.00
Opera Tickets 87 X 4= $348.00
Plane Tickets from Brazil to Italy via Alitalia = $10,214.52
Plane Tickets from Italy to Bulgaria= $431.20
Money Given to my Great Aunt for letting us stay with her= $200.00
<u>Total Cost for Italy: $11, 973.72</u>
Plane tickets from rome to sofia for ...
... through corn country. Almost all of the crop had been harvested with only a few remaining paddocks being harvested before the winter snows arrived. Our in-car navigation system had us turning off the Interstate and on our way to Starved Rock State Park which includes a rocky outcrop that overlooks the Illinois River. The park also includes a large lodge that has its history reaching back over 100 years to a time where getting there from Chicago involved ...
... we see Obamas house ( from a distance) as well as university of chicago which is a beautiful campus partly funded by Rockefeller. Then change onto river trip, albeit badly organised but get lucky in that our boat can still go under all bridges despite yesterday's rain ( it was clearly v bad). V hot and humid on tour but even a non architect can't fail to be impressed with skyline covering all types from modern to gothic to post modern and ...
Successful road trip to the libraries in Rhinelander, Minocqua, Eagle River and Three Lakes. Special thanks to friends Cece & Jim. I could not have accomplished this huge task without their support.
Special thanks also to Stacey, librarian for Three Lakes, who moved our venue over to Three Lakes Center for the Arts. What a beautiful theatre. I felt like I had hit the big time when I saw 'Grandma Goes to Antarctica' on the ...
... Chicago with Chris and Yvonne for Xmas 2011. It is a Michelin-starred seafood restaurant which serves both traditional and innovative fish-centric dishes. Tonight we began with two oysters each - one from the Clevedon Coast near Auckland and one from Massachusetts. We all declared the NZ one to be the tastier of the two. Our shared, tapas-style mains that followed included coffee roasted beets, shrimp bruschetta (avocado, toasted pistachio, grapefruit, ...