The Waverton Hotel
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... though the sadness is tempered with the knowledge that Tim and Amy will be in Chicago in six weeks; then February will be here before we know it. Yvonne and I walked north to Walton Street, popping into a couple of outdoor stores and having morning tea at Hendricks Belgian Bakery. We had been here as part of our chocolate tour last week, but didn't try the croissants - we were determined to do this before we left, so had an almond one each. Sarah was right - they were ...
... 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??)
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