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... me where the storage lockers were and how to access theirs. We popped into the mail room, where Sarah collected an assortment of regular letters and two parcels - the latter needed to be signed for at the small dry cleaners which is also on site. We returned to the apartment and moved what had been the dining table in their old place to its new site against the window in M & S's bedroom where it will become Max's work station. Sarah headed off shortly after ...
We headed out a bit earlier today and went to millennium park - HUGE and beautiful - with an interesting piece of art called the bean - absolutely amazing - you see yourself in hundreds of different ways. Then it was aboard the bus again to the Navy Pier. This was an interesting and huge place. The pier extends for miles and miles. Has a great palm and water display upstairs, food court, shops, markets downstairs. Andrew had ...
... just as impressive, but lacked Paris' landmarks. Worst tourist attraction: Tower Bridge in London. Very cool to look at. Very lame to go inside. Least friendly: Dublin. Despite a reputation for hospitality, the Irish smile did not shine very brightly upon us. Most friendly: Paris. Parisians, surprisingly, were very nice and spoke to us kindly and in both French and English. We did not expect it, but almost universally the French were the most ...
... when she returned home to visit her family. So here I am, setting off for my second extended stay in South Asia in two years. How lucky!
Of course I have the normal trepidations - the travel itself is gruelling - 16 hour non-stop flight Chicago to New Delhi, short layover and then fly to ...
... br> if I spelt your name wrong!!) who lived there. I say lived, she works
away a lot. Because Kristin is an air hostess.
After a warm welcome on the first day after some one gave us two HUGE
slices of pizza for free in a small pizza restaurant we went in, we
didn’t really do much else. But on the 2nd day and
night we went out with Bridget (a friend of Johns), and she took us
out on an Irish bar crawl. With ...