University Club of Chicago
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... What is significant is the experiences I have opened myself up to and the adventurousness it has inherently instilled within me. It has inspired me to venture way out of the comfort zone of most Americans and visit a part of the world most have no desire to see.
As a disclaimer, I would like to state this is my first- and possibly my last- blog. Bear with me as my claim to fame is certainly not my dexterity in blogging, nor ...
... is a long pier that has lots of shops, a Ferris wheel and arcade style activities like a boardwalk. BUT the majority of it is under heavy renovation and cut off and another section is cut off for a private event....... So we are stuck to just the front section of novelty souvenir shops and a McDonalds BUT most importantly the Bubba Gump restaurant which we are going to have tea at. It is proving quite difficult to waste time though to get through to tea time. ...
I find myself jobless and without a backup for the first time in my adult life. Who does this? Quit work, pack up, peace out. And there's an eery silence in the airport minus some jackass over my left shoulder who has literally found anything and everything to complain about and has now proceeded to narrate his life out loud to the entire gate assembly here. "You're my favorite ...
... the observatory allowing for some good pictures looking back at the city. Next stop the Chicago Bear's ridiculous home stadium before a walk to meet some of our group members at Willis Tower in time for sunset. Fair to say our feet were very tired by this point! A quick tea then a beer with our departing group members before we had a well deserved sleep!
Next morning we met our 4 new group members, one from Leeds, as we carried on across the North of North America.
The O'Hare airport in Chicago is one of those evil places in the world that want me to pay for WiFi. I'm sorry, but why would I want to pay for $6 for WiFi when I'm already "enjoying" my $14 meal of pasta salad and chips? Forget that. Is this not what Smart Phones are good for? For moments when you can't ...