Sleep Inn Naperville
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... not complaining, it's delicious. Erin had pasta because she has recently become a pescatarian (vegetarian, but she eats fish). Finally, we got back to the hotel, went to bed and am now at volleyball doing it all again. I'm halfway through another book and wishing my camera was charged. I've got a couple pictures from my phone, but eh, it's just not the same. Hope you enjoyed my random musings. If this goes smoothly, I'll try again ...
... to NY, so we went to check out the library - has these amazing green owls on top of the building. Also finally found my boots!!! Not one, but two pairs and a cute pair of purple ballet pumps :) Anyhow, we then headed to the movies - as by now it was pouring rain and didn't want to walk in that all afternoon. We saw the Hobbit - which was a tad disappointing as it was like all the others really. Oh well, at least we were dry Then it was off to tea at Mortons - a famous ...
... in that epic journey, then to die so early – and so young – far away from home and surrounded by strangers, it’s very sad. The Corps stopped and buried him on a bluff overlooking the river at what later became Sioux City, Iowa, and they named the small river that flows into the Missouri there after him (it’s still called Floyd River). History remembers him as the ...
... One advertisement on display referred to the sale of 'an uncommonly prime gang of sixty-five negroes'; this gang included Elvy, aged 4 months, and Hammond, aged 50, who 'has a good eye for laying out ditches etc'. We discovered that Chicago, when it was incorporated as a city in 1837, was given the Latin motto 'Urbs in Horto', meaning 'City in a Garden'. We wondered whether this has anything to do with the lovely streetscapes we see as we ...
... of the glorious sunshine to explore Millenium Park, including its 'Guggenheim museum in an earthquake' Pritzker Pavillion and Anish Kapoor's kidney bean sculpture (I heard no one refer to it as the Cloud Gate). From there I photographed my way down the magnificent mile of Michigan Ave before walking/paddling along a couple of miles of beach (the resemblance of the lake-shore to the seaside is really surreal).
That evening we had a lovely BBQ out ...