Inn at Lincoln Park
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... in Historic Hotels of America. As you’ll see in the photos it has had it’s fair share of important visitors – including the Porters!! We checked in and our room was ready so we went straight up – changed to walking shoes and warmer gear – they don’t call it the windy city for nothing! In fact it was bloody freezing – about 9C with a wind that would cut you in two. Had to look out the Norway jackets again. We set off ...
... Here is what his camp counselor said:
From his camp counselor- "Laurence is the most loving, gracious, generous
boy. The amazing thing about Laurence is that, for everything that has
gone wrong in his life, you would never know it at all. Laurence is
truly a happy boy and his happiness came from loving and caring for
those around him as well as some of the simplest things in life
(balloons, bubbles, ...
... of the pacific. They had a big display on bugs and then a huge room full of plants from around the world. However the best was the display of life and evolution starting from the beginning with fossils and dinosaurs. There was lots to see but as usual not enough time to see it. I took lots of pictures and then left.
I walked back out through grant park, then over to the millennium park. Here was lots of weird statues and other artworks. I ...
... as cold as we've had it since we've been away.
As we had been up the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur we decided to go up the Willis Tower here in Chicago. Again it's very impressive. The Skydeck is on the 103rd floor level and provides views for up to 50 miles looking out over 4 US States. Beyond the City itself there is a magnificent view of Lake Michigan. It's 307 miles long - how on Earth can you call it a lake?? It's an Ocean!! On the ...
On Saturday morning the limo called for us at 6.50am, and took us to the Ferry Building for our connection to the Amtrak station across the Bay Bridge at Emeryville. The landscape was fairly brown and dull until we saw our first snow at Colfax, CA, then there was lots of snow all the way.
Needless to say we found it beautiful and exciting and took many photos. Stopped about 30mins outside Truckee for a ...