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... I still refuse to believe this is a lake. It is the sea. Left the harbour in sunlight- returned at dark. Beautiful view of Chicago high rises. The best skyline I have ever seen. A truly memorable experience. I even climbed onto the top front part of the yacht (30foot) to balance it out when we tipped 45degrees. We came fourth in the race. I am a bit wobbly still now from the sea!
Tomorrow is an action packed Court day followed by evening Inn meeting.
... toast, gazpacho, and corn salad. So fresh, flavorful and filling, all of it.
Fully sated, we rented a couple bicycles from the city’s bike share, Divvy, so we could do a little shopping along Armitage. While I only really needed a pair sunglasses for the weekend, Lori turned me onto her obsession with shoe designer Bernie Mev and I bought a comfy pair of wedges that I know I’ll wear down to nubs. With said shoes and a ...
... Lewis to pick school shoes and the golden rule was that if I got lost I would have to go to the toy department since I knew how to get there from whereever I was in the department store. I thought I would need to apply this rule to Colm but luckily he stayed close to me and the camera.
After excitingly exploring the trains and the weather system which involved a 40 foot tornado, we eagerly tried to find the Omni-theatre which would be showing our shows in a matter of minutes. This ...
... two single chairs facing each other, which can be pulled into a single bed, and a pull down bunk bed above (see photo's). It has a small fold down table and its own temperature control.,..oh, and all meals are free ! There is a hot coffee urn and ice machine at one end of the carriage, toilets and even a couple of shower cubicles on the lower level. Alberto is our carriage attendant - there if we need anything. There is community dining at dinner, which means if you are a party of ...
... hell! We sat in the hospital waiting room waiting for mags and she was told that the cream she was putting on and some stronger ibuprofen would be the only thing to soothe the pain. We walked back into downtown in the midday heat and so treated ourselves to another chipotle meal, introducing Lucy to the finesse of Mexican fast food... But she made the number one faux pas in chipotle which is to point at the meat you want over the glass barrier ( Obama did it and it caused ...