Lincoln Park Oasis
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... the night in Paris. We cancelled our first night Maltese accommodations and got a room at the Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport. The challenge was there were no flights we could get on from Paris to Malta on Friday. So we were booked through Frankfurt (finally a place I could use my German) on Lufthansa, on Saturday.
The Paris plane finally departed at 10:30 from Chicago and there had been another gate change, and that was, the airplane departed from K16.
... last ones left at the party, this rarely happens for me lol.
The next day we went out with Jonty and walked down Michigan Avenue for a bit more shopping and just because it's a nice street. The flower beds have vegetables in which I thought was odd, so there were carrots, beetroot, cabbages etc all growing down their equivalent of Oxford Street. I think the cabbages look pretty but its a bit wasteful if know one actually eats them. We ...
... gorgeous -- in big places and small. Not only is the architecture stunning, but everywhere one can see creative beauty, in the glorious well-tended parks, in the ironwork in the many bridge railings, even in the smallest details, like grates or drains, beautifully crafted in Art Deco or Art Nouveau style..
Our infatuation began with Union Station: simply awe-inspiring in its grandeur, a huge beautiful hall of limestone ...
... hell and the weather was so awful with it raining all day. We did venture out to go to the a by Pier but the weather was so terrible that we turned around and came back. Before we did get back to the hotel we stopped at Epic Burgers and had a burger which was reasonable for the price. We were really tired both from the bad night sleep and from walking in the rain so we had a nap in the afternoon. When we got up we ...
... there, over 40 years later!),
After visiting MSI, we got in a cab at the museum and asked the driver to take us to the apartment block my family lived in during our 1970/71 stay, near the University of Chicago. Gave him the address; 5715 S. Kenwood. This is where things got interesting. The cab driver ...