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... Landing and Girdwood, tours are booked, and itineraries have been typed and printed (and retyped and printed). The list of what I need to do over the next 5 days is made - hold mail, get airport transportation nailed down, start packing, buy snacks and toiletries, motion sickness meds, forward emails, etc. Oh, and don't forget the xanax for the plane ride. I hate plane rides.
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Day 4 Jodi and I woke up this morning trying to figure out how we can maneuver our mattress that we have been sleeping on the past few days, out of the room, down the elevator, through the lobby, on to the top of a taxi, through the streets of Chicago three miles to Union Station, onto a train and back to Lansing! Yes, the mattress is way better than ours. Anyway, today we left the hotel just after breakfast and of course ...
... weren't the most practical outfit for the sub-zero conditions outside. Our table at Riva was well located, back from the windows enough to avoid the chill from the glass yet with an excellent view of the fireworks launch pad. Dinner was a stretched-out affair involving tempura lobster, scallops with pork belly, Canadian salmon, flame grilled lobster tails, gelato, sorbet and coffees. As the evening progressed patrons came and went, while we stretched out the meal ...
... us then left. We walked along by Michigan lake to Millennium park. Michigan lake is huge, you can't even see the other side of it. It is made up of fresh water but it might as well be a sea as its 118 miles wide and 307 miles in length. It is the second largest lake of North America and the only one located entirely within the US.
In millennium park we had a look around the cool sculptures and the big bean. The bean is like a ...