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... we had drinks overlooking the city. We then scuttled back to our hotel before being picked up later by a lovely chap in his Uber taxi and taken for a tasty dinner with James and Laura in an authentic prohibition-era Speakeasy, complete with hidden retracting wall unveiling jazz bands and burlesque dancers. On our final day in the city, S and I did some much-needed shopping, replacing worn and damaged clothes; preparing for the next leg of our trip. We went for ...
I am so glad I can sleep almost anywhere! :)
Our first flight left about midnight from Chicago. Flying international sure beats flying U.S. Not long after take off we were given hot towels, turkish delight, menu for meals and snacks, and zipper pouches containing slippers, socks, lip balm, ear plugs, eye mask and toothbrush/paste. :) We felt quite pampered!
I got the middle row with Rachel and Terrilaina and Amanda, Emma and Jessica S were ...
... than to identify him should you happen to come across him), deaf, has a number of tattoos and possibly suffers from ADHD. I witnessed him nicking a few things at our first rest stop including a hotdog straight from the heating rack! Really he was harmless, just a bit boisterous and noisy but a number of people were wary of him and gave him a wide berth.
Arriving in Chicago about two and a half hours later than scheduled, we headed straight for our host ...
... just kept doing the same thing. Kristina lamented about the bad driving culture here, her comments very much in line with earlier observations she'd made about how stressed out, rude and self-serving people in Chicago are. It made me thankful for my laid-back, sun-worshiping, drought-ridden state of California.
Despite that momentary frustration, my first day in Chicago was amazing. I can't wait to explore more. And maybe even take some more selfies at The Bean.
... a national curriculum, called the core curriculum, and it's had a mixed reception. In New England it's been better received, as the special education adaptations were largely originated in Massachusetts so colleagues were already prepared. Other areas have been less ready. Also all students have to follow it (in a modified way), but all are also assessed using the same mainstream national standards and GED system (graduation). If schools don't think their young people will be ...
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