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... bookstore and promotes literacy in Chicago; it had a huge range of mostly secondhand books, with some new ones available as well. Chicago residents are encouraged to donate books and the store runs a number of Literacy programs staffed by trained volunteers - there were some 1:1 tutoring programs underway while we were there. I picked up a couple of cards for the Summer Reading Bingo Challenge that the store runs as I thought it was a great way to ...
... back on our bikes we soon encountered a marathon (separate to the March of Dimes) for which a few roads had been closed. An especially handsome law enforcement officer gave us instructions on how to ride around the roadblocks, and I was so distracted I nearly crashed my bicycle.
That evening Elizabeth and JD took me to Howl at the Moon, which was (fortunately) not an activity but rather the name of a dueling piano bar in downtown Indianapolis. This was an ...
... us that this flight was now cancelled! We immediately de-boarded the plane and looked up at the departure board to see that hundreds of flights were being cancelled before our eyes!. We ran to the AA's Flagship Lounge to get their assistance in re-booking us on any flight that would get us out of Chicago. We arrived in the AA Flagship Lounge and lined up behind the dozen or so other passengers trying to re-book their flights. After an hour's wait in line, we ...
... game we had a bit of a laugh and a joke at his inability to hit the ball so he was soon referred to as 'Stupid Phegley'. As my holiday went on Stupid Phegley started to be used when looking for someone to blame for something **** that had happened i.e. My alarm didn't go off. You know who I blame?... Stupid Phegley. Stupid Phegley soon kept getting mentions on twitter and soon became #StupidPhegley.
With this in mind I decided that if I wanted to ...
... we changed buses and continued the red-eyed mission through the cornfields of the mid-west - watching the light planes dumping a mysterious spray over the crops - and arriving just after 3pm. True American travel.
After checking into the best hostel I've ever seen we took a stroll around Lincoln Park and picked up some drinks for the free BBQ at the hostel that night. My plan to have a night in and save my rapidly depleting bank account was soon transformed. Harry and ...