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We made our way to the Millennium Park, which is built over the railway terminal. There were thousands of people there in the post-working hours daylight enjoying the late afternoon sun and the features the city had to offer. There was the Harris Theatre:
And something called 'the Bean':
There was some fun at this fountain, ...
Thursday 27th March Today is the start of another adventure. We get up at 5.30am to allow plenty of time to get ready for our flight. On arrival at the airport we see that the Qantas plane we are getting is VH OJU which arrived from Singapore the day before. With a slight tail wind, the flying time is just over 12 hours which is faster than the 13 hours that were scheduled. Our flight path takes us over Vanuatu and South of Hawaii. We landed at LAX at ...
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A chilly start as we head to Bloomingdales for some retail therapy. Mac, NYD jeans,a Marc Jacobs handbag for me.Jumper and t-shirt for Phillip. He got jeans yesterday. No brekkie so up to Hancock tower for a salad lunch with spectacular views. Drop off the shopping and off to explore the Museum of Broadcast and Communications. A small area with lots of old film clips, ads from black and white TV days. A tribute to Gary Coleman ...