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... United to see if we could get an electric cart to get there faster, The agent I talked to arranged to change our flights so we would have about 2 hours to make the flight in DC. Whew! I was relieved. So . . . we left a few hours earlier from MBS to get to Chicago. They weren't able to print our boarding pass for ...
... main entrees, side-dishes and desserts. So that it helps to take these factors in mind each caterer works with a variety of options for each palate.
The booze policies that different caterers can work with should likewise be viewed. A caterer ought to be one that could offer a superb beverage list that comprises not just nonalcoholic beverages but also plenty of alternatives. Some will offer you wines that will come from sizeable wine lists while some will ...
... Christine just stopped reading…). The only member of the Corps of Discovery to die on the expedition was Sgt. Floyd, and he died on August 20th, 1804, only a few months into the trip. Historians believe he probably died from a ruptured appendix, but in Clark’s diary he indicated it was choleric. I’ve always been moved by his story, and I’m not sure why. To agree ...
... On our way to the supermarket we popped into a design studio we had noticed previously when we walked down Ohio Street. It is called Design Within Reach and is housed in a lovely old artist's residence - stock was set up in rooms, and we wandered up and down stairwells and through rooms looking at the products on display. Invariably, the items that most captured our attention had a price tag that did not match our budget - but we enjoyed ...
... drew 27 million people at .50 cents a head. Remarkably this amounted to about a third of the entire US population! A poem was written for the opening, which is now our Pledge of Allegiance.
One of the more curious things built for the fair was the first Ferris Wheel, the top car reached 30 stories high and held 2,000 people at once. The tallest building at the time was only 16 stories so what a sight this would have been on the Midway! ...