Hampton Inn & Suites Chicago Southland-Matteson
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June 27th – Day 54
First stop this morning was Lake
Michigan, the waterfront on Milwaukee side of the lake. Little did we
know a festival was starting sometime today and parking wasn't
exactly crazy yet but it was cordoned off and we decided to head
somewhere else. We encountered a security checkpoint.
“Where are you going?”
“We're heading to Carver Park”
“Ok” and he ...
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... have frequented previously. A round of cocktails kicked off the evening at the restaurant - Blossom (a floral tea cocktail containing lychee purée, rose tea syrup and vodka topped up with champagne) and Singapore Blaze (an updated Singapore Sling with gin, cherry brandy, fresh lime juice and pineapple juice, flamed with rum just before it was served at the table). We enjoyed a great cross-section of dim sum dishes followed by a few more substantial dishes including ...
... a wonderful and happy life - great health, great husband (correction - a super great awesome husband - per my "editor"!), great family, great friends, dogs, home, job, etc. But there definitely is something about "re-entry" that makes you long for the Camino - the quiet, the sights, the physicality, the minimalism, the accomplishments, the simplicity. You come back and everything is the same here - except you ;) It took a while ...
... of these houses were set up how they would have been used/furnished, with the smaller house showing the stricter rules of the Amish (no upholstered furniture, minimal wall decorations, no electric lights, only battery or gas and sparse furnishings). The larger, family home was also basic but did have a couch (upholstered) and some more adornments on the walls. The family home also had a working kitchen, with gas stoves where the girls working there were making large amounts of ...