Steps To Everything - Navy Pier 31
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I love Chicago. The old architecture straight out of a gangster flick, the lake that is more like an ocean, the pizza that is actually a pie, even the ever changing weather. 22 degrees one minutes, -5 the next. Yes please! It's even edging New York out of my number one city spot, and believe me that takes some doing! Every time I go I like to …
... received news that our bags were all in Istanbul still. We went so fast that they never made it out of the first plane! All 62 were AWOL :)
The leaders decided we would head on to the Needham's and send someone for the bags when we received news that they would arrive. We thought that would probably be the next day, but we shouldn't keep the rented bus any longer than necessary.
So, off we bounced, including breaking the ...
... the signing of some documents and had been quoted $300 for this service in Philadelphia. We’d run out of time to do it there and now it was quite urgent, we asked Mike if he knew of any lawyers in town. He jumped straight on the phone to call a friend who could help out, there was no answer so he left a message.
After writing up on a board in the kitchen who everyone was and when they would be around, I wanted to get out and buy some ingredients to make ...
... one which was a palaver, and the house we stayed in wasn’t all that pleasant. It was advertised as vintage so I was expecting old retro stuff, but some things were just worn out.
As soon as I arrived I was ready to leave, and even the Chicago deep dish pizza couldn’t save my opinion of the place.
Still, we flipped through some leaflets, played some vinyl Black Sabbath and I hoped that tomorrow would enlighten me to the popularity of this infamous ...
... to financial support, emotional support etc. There is also a low vision clinic that is very well used and staffed 4 days a week and a number of family support and training activities running. There are also short programmes to support people losing or who have recently lost their sight. This regional model seems to really work in the US, I wonder if in the UK we think of ourselves as a small island so the regional specialist resources are less (obviously finances play a huge part ...