The Waverton Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... foot of the statue), some cheap grocery stores and a cute little movie theatre.
We continue on to Milwaukee Avenue to do the 30 min walk to Wicker Park. We stop by a cool little cafe to have hot chocolate (still don't trust the coffee here, need to find an Aussie cafe). Its got a cool Surry Hills or Camden vibe. The cafe is filled with students on their laptops studying or Facebooking.
We continue our walk down through Bucktown then Wicker Park. I really ...
Never knew they could squeeze so many people into economy. Only person I could see who looked at all in proportion to their seat was the tiny four year old girl across the aisle.
Our driver doesn't meet us at Lima airport so we taxi it here to our small but adequate B&B in Barranco.
Graham is smart- he is sleeping right now. I feel like rubbish but should buck up by dinner.
AstridyGaston at ...
... while I use one of the many empty Rebooking phones. Rep answered quickly, but 25 min and a seriously confused rep later I found myself back in line. Even though San Jose flights were available, they could not get our luggage switched. We had no choice but to wait for the 6pm flight to Liberia. Plans of an afternoon hike or evening in the volcanic hot springs scratched.
Given the 7 hr delay, I tried to negotiate a day pass to Admirals club($50 value)...no go, instead the agent ...
... We have certainly noticed a lot of the latter taking place during this visit and it seems to have ramped up with the onset of cooler weather. We assume building sites must shut down in the really cold months - concrete could not be poured and snow & ice would create dangers for workers. 2). City gardens are being stripped of their bright displays of summer annuals. Earlier this week, on our way to the Art Institute, we watched as gardeners ...
... was stop and go traffic along endless (and I do mean ENDLESS) stretches of strip malls. Ugliest drive in America. Impatient folks who had no time to be sharing the drive with an RV. And when we weren't driving past off-white strip malls, we were driving past insanely unimaginative McMansions. (Why oh why is being rich synonymous with having no taste whatsoever??)
Anyway, we finally got to the Elmhurst area and went off ...