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... the perfect time to do it. On the road, it’s a bit more involved to get prescriptions at a different pharmacy in a different state every time I need a refill, but one quick call to my doctor and another quick call to CVS to ensure they could access the prescription and I was good to go.
When I got back to the Dairy Queen, it was jam packed full of kids and two clowns. Such a great sight! Every table was filled with families ...
... as a
landmark, so use that on the GPS, this took us straight into town,
straight into the old city with cars parked each side, produce trolleys
both sides with enough room for them at home to squeeze by, just, and of
course add to this, the people wandering across the road, the bicycles
weaving in and out, motorcycles weaving in and out, the car is coming
towards me, the cars going my Way were no problem, they were behind me!
... in Chicago, a city usually is cold and windy before May (Well, it is still windy today, just not as cold). After working out more detail of my travel plan to Africa, I decided to put away my computer and took a walk outside. It is interesting that after putting so many pictures of Caribbean islands on this blog, I haven't even put any picture of Chicago yet. So I would put some Chicago pictures today... ...
Still try to absorb the experience of the Southern Caribbean cruise (and get over the unpleasant experience with US Airway), but at least I should finish this first. After doing the countdown for the past few weeks, it is time for grand finale: The Final Five. It's like the TV show "American Idol" (though there is actually no American cities in the Top 5...) Overall, in my Top 50, ...
... Canada's more open-door immigration policy, Vancouver becomes possibly the most culturally diverse city in the West Coast of the whole American continent. It definitely has the best Asian restaurants outside of Asia. Taking ferry west, in three hours, you can reach the English-flavor town of Victoria. Where the Royal British Columbian Museum is one of the best in Canada. Traveling north, passing through fjords ...