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... place to walk around quite easily and really friendly.
The Art Institute was a 'must share' for Tom as he came here for the RSNA conference on a number of occassions. The French impressionist were mind blowing and numerous including the famous Surat painting in the park. I've included two that we sought out as we particularly know some of you are fond of the ...
... who deduce my name by the booking and time. Led upstairs to a smaller dining room where four other tables are already enjoying their performances, we try not to be distracted and keep our eyes to ourselves. It isn't easy since the wait staff enunciate every description so clearly (and loudly) that by the end of the night we have heard their lines many times over.
I will not offer the full critique here due to time constraints, but just offer ...
... Green, pink, with bunny ears, with hotpants showing half of the behind, straight, gay, something-in-between… ‘Normal’ does not live in this neighbourhood and is not welcome either.
The stores here are all vintage and second-hand on one street and on another one you can find the most expensive clothes designed by super-duper designers. And in between? In between you will find a massive intersection with the L-train making its ...
... emphasis on the wood of edible or fruit bearing trees such as Cherry or Walnut.
ModernismRed and Blue Chair (1917), designed by Gerrit Rietveld
The first three-quarters of the twentieth century are often seen as the march towards Modernism. Art Deco, De Stijl, Bauhaus, Wiener Werkst??tte, and Vienna Secession designers all worked to some degree within the Modernist ...
Meh. Sixteen hours on a train, without wifi! I don't know how we did it, but we survived, with just a numb bottom for damage. I used the time to catch-up on blog posts, to post when we catch a connection, for you lucky people :Op
I did manage to doze off a few times, thanks in part to having changed into leggings and a soft cotton tee in the train bathroom. I also used my towel as a blanket, then later as a pillow when it got chilly and ...