The Blackstone A Renaissance Hotel
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... t eat much. Having major food issues at the moment and hope it doesn’t last too much longer or I’ll be coming back looking ill! I think I’m mainly being sustained by coffee and liquorice…
Anyway, the barber shops. Distraughtly we watched as Alex’s beard departed this world leaving behind a strange alien man-child. Hayley found the whole thing fascinating and hilarious; Ruth and I however knew what awaited us at ...
... the night in Paris. We cancelled our first night Maltese accommodations and got a room at the Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport. The challenge was there were no flights we could get on from Paris to Malta on Friday. So we were booked through Frankfurt (finally a place I could use my German) on Lufthansa, on Saturday.
The Paris plane finally departed at 10:30 from Chicago and there had been another gate change, and that was, the airplane departed from K16.
... college just for the party.
Or maybe she walked, I’m not sure.
For the first hour of conversation Betsey conducted her classic Symphony number 22, ”All of Life’s Fullness” Opus #60.
Then off to dinner.
Greek salad. Greek potatoes. Asparagus with Turkish parmesan. Betsey chicken…. Regal.
The birthday cake was ...
... Dakota has a thing that all their visitor centres are the same. As we got closer to Chicago it was amazing to see how many road tolls there were. And only charging a couple of bucks here and there. But we probably went through 5 or 6 within an hour which was nuts. At one of the toll booths the attendant noticed our tour leader wearing a sporting teams hat and turns out he is their number one fan and went on to have a discussion with ...
... remnants of The pyramids of Egypt, The treasury in Petra, Mayan ruins in Mexico and we were also happy to find a part of Austsralia's most famous building. The Sydney Opera House. Taking off again on our bikes we rode the hectic Michigan Avenue, past Millenium Park and onto the promenade to the lake that is dominated by the Buckingham Fountain. This fountain is huge with a multitude of jets shooting into the sky. The central pout of the fountain shot water at least ...