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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... somewhat bizarre location; the area is dominated by tall buildings; the John Hancock building which is 50% taller than the Shard, stands just a few blocks away. Luckily the sun never goes behind the buildings, so we enjoyed a day of unbroken sunshine, without the high winds we had endured on the beach in Boston. The water was also very nice, and oddly was fresh water which made it very pleasant to swim in.
That evening was our last in Chicago before we had ...
... security. Not much of a walk to the gate. Our flight made a stop in Atlanta, and then onwards to Huntsville. The airport in Huntsville is actually pretty fabulous. I believe they re-modeled the entire thing not too long ago, or at least part of it. It's very open, light, spacious, and the architecture is nice. Curbside to gate is a breeze. There are only 10 or so gates. There is a market/deli once you pass through security. If you want to sit and eat, try the grill just before security. ...
Chicago at Last?!? Oh wait, that's right Budapest was supposed to be our destination of the night. What a crazy start to what is sure to be quite an adventure... First, our flight was on time, then delayed 30 mins, an hour, then 1.5 hours, and then eventually about 2.5 hours after our original departure time we loaded the plane. SUCCESS! or so we thought. We then sat on the Tarmac for 30 minutes which was followed by an uneventful ...
... make a day's work of some "fixits" on the new house, although it didn't need much, and we prepared to depart Chicago with more great memories, great feelings and enough gas to get us to Ann Arbor, Michigan.
We were able to fit all the boxes from Jodi & Tom’s foyer and Dining Room into the Toy Hauler…. A ton and ...
... seems nicest." That is where I am going. It is not a lie or a joke, but people laugh. That is, people who have not hitched a ride on one of my cross-country ambentures.
As for this bloggy thing. I am testing it out. It probably won't work most of the time since I will be in remote areas. I think this website was designed for yuppies who never leave the grid. I am a yuppy who sometimes leaves the grid, so I am not sure if this will have any use. I will try to update ...