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... is filled with amazing places. In today's world it is so easy to travel and I plan on taking advantage of this later in my life. I want to go everywhere I can. But for now, I'm going to enjoy my time at home.
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While in the car Annalissa was trying to get her charges to say hello and welcome to America to me, but they were just smiling and being shy.
I turned to Annalissa; "I didn't know that little girls in America can't talk! Do you know, back in England they all talk lots!" It has the desired effect and Parker and Aria burst out laughing going "we CAN talk!"They're a pair of pretty, well behaved, sweet blonde girls. Chatty, too; once the ice is broken. Parker is the ...
... to the movies. The theatre was packed, but only 4 others watching our movie - American Sniper. The movie was fantastic - one of the best I have seen in a really long time, gripping and emotional (I didn't actually cry though). If you haven't seen this movie, go out and watch it! Ryan and dad liked it too, though I think dad fell asleep in some parts, but mum found the war scenes a bit too graphic I think, and ended up having nightmares all night, barely ...
We request a table and placed an order for a large sausage deep dish and a small cheese deep dish. While we were waiting for our table, Andy and Lucas went to CVS to buy Lucas some tissue and medication for his cold. We joked with Sean about this being the reuniting with the brothers since we had lunch with his brother a few months ago. After Lou's, we walked back to ...
... as we inspected the bags of those who passed us by. MACYS.. we had found the iconic store in Downtown Chicago. Our bursting backpacks and empty wallets meant shopping was not an option, that is in additional to our hungry bellies which had our undivided attention by this point in time. Eventually we stumbled across a chain café/sandwich bar called Potbelly which was set up like an old school American canteen. It had a great atmosphere and a nice variety of different sandwich and ...