Road Star Inn - Madison
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... Who knows, but who on earth would want to live nearby? Not me. It is no surprise that people are moving away from the area.
We drove into Chicago around noon time. We had just passed through our first time change and the clock said 12 but my stomach was saying 1 PM. The skyline of this great city can be seen for about 15 miles, but behind the wall of high-tension power lines…many like erector sets on steroids, rusty and old, creating a ...
... Unknown to us, two of them went down instead of up (the direction we wanted to go). My father choose the correct one, however I asked my mother get on another one as a race. She stepped on and slide backwards. To my surprise, what had happened hadn't locked in and she kept trying to walk up the escalator. There was no doubt that we were thoroughly embarrassed.
Once we got to the terminal it was 3pm. We decide to get a snack and some drinks. I took one ...
... Lectures: Chinese morning exerciese and learning the 24 forms of Tia Chi flowing;
- Architecture Center
- Optional: XiAn- Terra-cotta and city wall
- Beijing Zoo
- Silk Market
- Chinese painting
- Take evening train to Taizhou
- Arrive in Nanjing, take a bus tour of the city, then drive to Taizhou
- Chinese Heritage Museum for Architectural Design
- Movie "Feng ...
... in my humble opinion). I am an organization freak, always cleaning and making sure things are in order. I love to entertain and have friends and family at the house. I would love to be more relaxed, but the reality is that I’m always thinking of the next thing I can make, bake, clean, organize, etc. Some of that has rubbed off on Erik, but he is clearly more laid back. He’s an amazing cook and gardener, and has more patience that I could ...
... He got a funny look, but it wasn't a problem. The sandwich he got was called "The New Yorker," and it came with potato chips on it, which the menu informed us was "a favorite on the East Coast." Who knew? We spent a few hours roaming the zoo, and we met some very nice animals, including the tapir (one of Brendan`s favorites) and a Wisconsin badger! We filled up our water bottles at the zoo and decided to press on toward South Dakota, stopping at a campsite as soon as we ...