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... quickly and I missed out on getting to have a look at everything. Oh well, I might get back there before we head home again.
We didn't forget the list today either so off we went to 'P F Changs', a very nice Asian restaurant, with again amazing food. I had a 'Hot and Sour' soup to try and it was beautiful. I'd never had it before and thought "When in Rome".
We raced home after lunch and got changed and sat around ...
... in it. Across the street was an old Presbyterian church, where about 10 homeless men slept in the pews, under a beautifully decorated roof and walls. And across from that was the largest shopping mall of something: it was HUGE. Bought a dress at Forever21, as you do. And as shopping and touristing makes you hungry, we got a snack in the restaurant of the 360 Chicago (aka Hancock) building at approx. ...
... on the back with a 46. My proudest hole of the day was a 356 par 4 with the second shot all carry over water that ended just 10 yards short of the green. I hit the front fringe in two but true to Angelo form, I chipped and two putted for a bogey.
Well after dinner tonight we'll get a good's night sleep and then its off to Nashville, the last stop on our journey before being back in The Villages.
Stay tuned and take care.
Angelo and Mary.
... It was a pirate themed one, though the story telling was in the middle of the boat. Someone the view won out as we parked ourselves on the bow (that's the front, right?) of the ship for most of the time. There was a great sense of feeling of freedom being out on the almost open waters, with Mother Nature's AC turned on.
Docking, we hit the Ferris Wheel and The Wave Swinger for some rides. The Wave Swinger isn't really worth it ($6/ride) and not quite up to ...
Second day. Woke up at 3am but put my sleep audiobook on and managed to get back to sleep until 7. Had a lazy morning getting ready then headed out at about 10 for some brunch, we stopped off at The Corner Bakery and both had paninis. Following that we headed down to the architectural boat tour which lasted about an hour - hour and a half. I took way too many photos of buildings but this city is just ...