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... at the front and there was not a handful of people on board. We got off at the navy pier which was towards the end of the loop. This place is supposed to be the most visited in Chicago. It also was quiet at 10.30am. Along by the lake it is very picturesque. The weather was very warm and we sat outside with a coffee. It was very windy. Well we all know the nickname for Chicago and it proved apt however it ...
... shops). Explored the shops for a short while and then got bored with them, so we walked out to the lake front and then down to Navy Pier (a 3,300 foot long pier built in 1916). Like most piers it is full of amusements for children and cheap food outlets. I am guessing, but by now the temperature was heading towards 30 C, and so we stopped at the end of the pier for a cold beer for me and an Iced Tea for Linda. Whilst drinking some ...
... kept looking for Quality Inn O'Hare while we have to find AVISTAR (yellow minibus). Another 15 mins waiting and there it came... It brought us around 10 mins ride from the airport, quick check in, quick supper (2 am Amsterdam time, 8 pm Chicago, and Adam was still doing pretty good) And sleep... All in all, it was a good 1st day of our adventure. It's now 4 am, in 2 hours we'll be picked up for the Road Bear camper factory in Middlebury, ...
... over to a food truck to order a serve of funnel cake that was prepared on the spot - although it was not as though it needed much preparation, as it was simply basic doughnut batter deep fried and generously dusted with icing sugar. After sampling the sweet, deep crispy fried dough with a soft centre, we moved on to a taco stand; after inspecting the process and ingredients we placed our order and were soon ...
... had "planned". Now, when things do not go as I had planned, I actually try to seek out the wonder in what is about to happen. Because it's there.
Be open to everything and attached to nothing. This was pretty much my mantra for the month. I tried to be open to everything that came my way and soak up as much as I could from this experience - no matter how "weird" it may have gotten at times. I just stayed open. I was ...