Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago South Lansing
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Tuesday was our last full day in Chicago, sadly. We've all loved out time here and found the city fascinating - lots of interesting buildings and architecture, great museums and attractions, super shopping and a really wide variety of places to eat. As usual, maybe even more so, the American people are so naturally friendly, with nothing too much trouble. We spent the morning at ...
... so the city had to be completely re-built. What a great opportunity for architects and the government to make this a better city; making the roads less congested by introducing a double decker system, I think every city should have a fire. That was a half joke. The only bad bit about the tour was this annoying girl who just carried on talking about her and her school life and the fact she had seen ferris beulers day off. The tour guide handled this well by letting ...
... Fred and Kathy, hosted me in Jacksonville and we took several pleasant strolls through the park across from their house down and down along the river where owls silently soared through the trees at dusk.
Kirt also took me stand-up paddle boarding in their backyard – they live on an inlet of Tampa Bay. I was *much* better at stand-up paddle boarding this time around! When I first tried it in Hawaii in 2012 I spent about 90% of the time in the water, 8% of ...
... Now as my departure time approaches and, reflect upon the beginning of a new chapter in this life I realize that some wounds heal with time, others heal with experience but most can only be healed by God. I no longer feel the guilt of being away from my family, nor do I cling onto the anger of not having been allowed to say goodbye many years ago. I see a new generation growing up way to fast (what a cast of characters!), I see my counterparts aka cousins with there struggles ...
... the timer (set for 6 minutes) as you begin to pour the freshly boiled hot water. Step 8: Completely saturate the grounds as you pour. Pour slowly to ensure you can monitor the scale display accurately and achieve the correct coffee to water ratio (for 3 cups - 400g; for 4 cups - 500g; for 8 cups - 1000g). And so it goes on... Today we watched one staff member carrying out steps 3 to 6; when he weighed the ground coffee beans there were obviously not quite enough so ...