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... is a long pier that has lots of shops, a Ferris wheel and arcade style activities like a boardwalk. BUT the majority of it is under heavy renovation and cut off and another section is cut off for a private event....... So we are stuck to just the front section of novelty souvenir shops and a McDonalds BUT most importantly the Bubba Gump restaurant which we are going to have tea at. It is proving quite difficult to waste time though to get through to tea time. ...
... see the area without spending a fortune, while still staying in hotels like the Crowne Plaza and the Metropolitan.
But one still needs to pack for India, Nepal and the UAE.
Bug spray and towelettes
Jet lag pills
aloe vera lotion
clothespins for sink laundry
Purell sanitizer spray, wipes, and liquid!
a day ...
... do in the great '80s movie, Ferris Bueller's Day Off...I highly recommend this movie if you have not seen it! On our way home we stopped for a real (and touristy) dinner at Geno's East for deep dish pizza. Note to self, order the SMALL!! I don't care how many blocks you walked or how much you starved yourself to fit into your wedding dress....just get the small pizza! But it was delicious with its pastry like crust and ...
... and some not-so-good points to the way we chose to take this trip, things we really liked and things we really didn't. Part of the purpose of writing this blog, rather than just posting photos, was so that those of you that are dreaming of a trip to Europe can take what we learned from our experience, novice traveler to novice traveler. So, here's a bit of a wrap up...
1. We chose to start with a trip to an English-speaking ...
... particular 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 ...