Buckingham Athletic Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Crown fountain, which was the fountain with people's faces on that squirted out water through their mouths every ten minutes or so. It was really funky and the artist should be really proud. We had worked up an appetite, so decided to have our picnic lunch in millennium park as the sun was shining down on us. Colm wasn't that hungry which was really unusual for him. After a wee rest, we walked the short distance to cloud gate which was packed with tourists. It was an artistic ...
... to get out and walk, but I had not accounted for high altitude. Never having experienced that before it was very unique. I couldn't believe how tired and winded I was so quickly, but everyone else was too, so it wasn't that bad. :) I was very happy to see the walls of the Needham compound come into view though and all the Needhams coming to meet us!
We made it to Sabga! Now just to wait for our bags and head to Akwaya... or maybe not... :)
... had formed a dreadlock, there was no saving it and I had to cut it off. We finished off our day with a delicious dinner at Neil's house and drinks in his fabulous Californian garden complete with pool, hot tub and beer tap (apparently correct name is kegerater)
... but Waze was not having it. In the end, we cut east on Hwy 14 and ended up catching Lake Shore Drive from its Northern-most tip. Traffic was still heavy but we had a fairly smooth ride all the way downtown while checking off a must-do in the process. Lake Shore drive was beautiful. All development was on the West side (to our right), keeping the views of Lake Michigan to the East (our left) nice and pristine. It was a beautiful sunny day, and we were happy that the ...
... The long and short of it is the airport never once asks for my license. Only my passport. In fact, I didn't remove my license once, the whole trip.
And I had a LOT of wine.
Speaking of wine. Speaking of airports. Speaking of leaving the country. We were early to board and I was thirsty. So, I walked around a bit and found this fancy wine and cheese place near-ish our particular gate.
"Can I help ...