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... coleus, pansies and others, leaving only the hardy grass plants. Sarah tells us that most are then replaced with plantings of hardier annuals such as ornamental kale; I also remember a lot of hellebores when we were here over Christmas. 3). The number of river tours per day will drop between now and mid-November, then cease altogether until mid-April. 4). Farmers' Markets will generally not run between October and May - some even longer than this. ...
... which way they faced. The train also had a conductor, who came around to check our tickets and helped any passengers needing additional assistance in boarding or disembarking. We arrived at the gardens just before midday, after our 45-minute train ride and a 20-minute walk. It then took us another 10 minutes to walk along the paved pedestrian path through the numerous carparks to the garden entrance - these carparks were huge, à la ...
... free) plastic, lovely water - but we then had to lug it around with us for the rest of the day... We also each picked up a free calico bag with '2013 Chicago Farmers Markets' emblazoned on it - a nice momento of the trip, and one that is unlikely to be mistaken for someone else's when we return to the South Melbourne Markets for our weekly shopping visits. We had been charged with purchasing foodstuffs for a picnic with Max and Sarah tonight, so continued our purchases with ...
... I really enjoyed the short time I spent in Chicago, and this is definitely a place I want to visit again! My flight to Munich leaves in about three hours, but I'm feeling much less anxious now that I'm all checked in and everything. I suppose this is the last post in America until I get back in December. So ...
... so far along the Grand Lake that I went beyond the "CityBike-Area" - no stations anymore :).
After meeting up with my colleagues, welcoming Qiong and her friend we went for Lunch. While normally not a big Fast-Food fan, I was in support of a Quickie... stopping by Subways, taking our Subs to the Waterfront and use the time for the city. My dear friends preferred a proper meal - and so we stopped at a nice looking and reasonable priced restaurant - but not so fast. Waiting ...
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