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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of Native Americans on horseback named “The Bowman and Spearman” in
Chicago’s Grant Park. I lived and worked next to Grant Park for over a year but
somehow paid little attention to these statues. I’ll be sure to look for them
the next time I’m there and will also make it a point to visit the Smite Museum
of art at Notre Dame University, the largest collection of the devoutly
Catholic Mestrovic’s works in America.
Mostar is in the midst of a serious rebuild and so our brekkie was accompanied by the sound of pile driving for the property next door, which was quite funny as everyone ignored it as best they could. Given that everything was shaking and cutlery was rattling this was quite impossible. We began our exploration of the old city with a hike up the minaret of a local mosque to get great views of the Bridge, followed by shopping in the ...
... to see it all in a day. We got to see the colosseum which I was happy about. Note: my apologies for having not posting for a while. I had been writing but we haven't had reliable wifi to post. Then my phone decided to go for a swim so it means I've lost the drafts!! I'll rewrite them as best I can an post when I can. There will be a few so brace yourself! Cheryl, i have got a bit carried away with writing and most of my pictures are lost so make yourself a cup of tea before ...
... to the Gents to relieve themselves. I am standing there minding my own business and there is a group of women wandering around behind me! As an ex Englishman I would sooner suffer an internal hemorrhage than wander into the wrong sex toilet but the Germans will not queue for anything!
... slaughtering Christian's left me wondering a bit why we were going. It was reminiscent in design and structure to Ephesus and the Emperor himself came out and waved to the crowd (no doubt fantisizing about entertaining ways to kill us all). Anyway, the Palace walls encompass the old city and hundreds of people live and work within its walls. It was busy but we wandered the streets, eventually stopping for a glass of wine and a ...