The Beadle Residences at Hyde Park
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... dark very quickly and although it only felt like a little after 6 when we arrived, it was after 8pm Chicago local time. We were right down the back and had a constant line in the Isle next to us as the only two toilets were at the back of the plane!! And, at least ALL passengers peed at least twice, in Sammys case, three times! It wasn't the smoothest landing we've ever had and we landed so far away from the terminal, we taxied for about 15 minutes!!! ...
... another young girl, and the two seats between us are 2 of 4 open seats on the plane. Lucky us! We get to stretch out and sleep! Which is what I did the first three hours. Then Ms. 58D woke me up for food! Her name is Alicia Moore. She is from Georgia and is going to teach for Disney English too! We are VERY similar (go figure) and have spent the last two hours chatting about our obsession with teaching, and children, and Disney, and food, and movies, and pretty much ...
My outfits are (mostly) decided, so now it's time to decide which sites to pack into the weekend. Fortunately, my hotel has some great suggestions, and out of the list I'm leaning toward:
Friday evening - Asakusa | Sensouji, the oldest temple in Tokyo is the landmark of this area. The Nakamise and the rows of shops leading up to the temple evoke the ambience of a bygone Edo era. The ...
... tall so you have a fantastic unimpeded view over the Lake and into the state of Illinois. There is a restaurant on the 95th floor which would be an amazing place to eat with the view to look out onto.
Next we walked towards Navy Pier past Lake Point Tower which in our opinion looked like a hip flask. On route we stopped off at Ohio Street beach and had lunch at Café Olivia right on the beach. Whilst we were having ...
... the Missouri river, the boundary between Nebraska and Iowa. The country side was not mountainous but it is not flat, it is a rolling green arable landscape with corn being a popular crop. The train trundled on between the farms and small towns for the rest of the morning. At some times the landscape was similar to England with green rolling hills disappearing into the distance. The railway line was often lined with trees so that the view ...