Rosemont Hotel O'Hare
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... we got into the house just before it started raining cats and dogs. We ended up staying with one of the nicest and most interesting people I have ever met. Unfortunately she was flying off to Mexico as we arrived. She was a ballet master who flys all over the world teaching ballet teachers how to teach their students.
Anyways.... After the rain cleared we decided to make our way into ...
... Went from there to change into best clothes to go to the John Hancock Tower for cocktails on the Top floor- Tom's old haunt at conference. Sadly we were not allowed in with minors after 7pm - even though Ruth was in her dress and had had a French plait done by Tom. Just not fair.
Consoled ourselves at Pizza Duo (sister restaurant to Pizza Uno that invented the Chicago ...
... wrapping paper, cards (we all laughed at the one that read "Dear Birthday Boy, tonight I plan to give you the ride of your life, so hold on tight... from your mobility scooter"), kits for making objects from paper, and quirky giftware; it also offers craft classes (next month - a wedding workshop and Indigo card making). We browsed here for quite a while, then headed next door to a store called Open Books. This is a nonprofit social venture that ...
... have to be willing to work your behind off to make them reality. I am.
And in case you are wondering, something magical did happen when the clocked struck twelve, feelings of awe and gratitude for another year and a chance to be more and be better as I stood at trocadero and watched the Eiffel Tower light up the Parisian sky. There is magic and love and life everywhere, you just have to be able to see it even if it is hidden for a moment.
Happy New Year!
... made our way back to Ontario Place. Our general view of the chocolate tour was that it was very 'bready' - chocolate baked into things, but no chocolatiers as such. Max had recorded the America's Cup racing on San Francisco Bay, so we watched Team NZ clock up their 8th win and a frustrating postponement of what could have been the final race. Cooked the pasta and watched thunderstorms roll in, providing a spectacular light-and-sound show for the 43rd ...