The Beadle Residences at Hyde Park
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... of 5 cups daily. So far our experiences have indicated that hot tea is not that common, and if you ask for tea they assume iced tea, but at least they do confirm. So dad has only now - 3 weeks in - realized to stop asking for a 'white tea' which confuses the hell out of them. So this morning in Starbucks the barista asks him what he wants; he didn't hear her though so I said 'dad - the lady is talking to you.' He didn't hear me either, so Ryan pipes up - 'DAD! ...
... Wtf? Why don't they just drive it over? Anyways, the estimated 20-30 minute delay turned into an hour, but then we board. The door is closed and we push off, only to drive back to the gate for a mechanical issue that they discovered on the inspection. So they fix it and we push off again, 2 hours after our scheduled 545pm departure. We take off and get settled, but then after being in the air for 1.5 hours, hear ...
... up there which is like a transparent glass box which sticks out from the building suspended above the city. It was really busy on the skydecks so trying to get good photos was hard. However the views were amazing.
When we got back to Jonty's we were pooped. Theresa wanted to cook us traditional American meal for dinner so she did pot roast which is one of her favourites. It was really nice too.
The next day was our last in Chicago ...
... crystals everywhere. My handbag, coat and boots are all stained.
When we were out on Sunday we saw a few smartly dressed people in their $20,000 fur coats and clean boots.
So, this morning we spent an hour looking for a Post Office. We couldn't find one, but it was a good excuse for a brisk walk, as Terry is really missing his early morning exercise. Caught a bus to the Chicago History Museum, and spent several hours learning more about this ...
... ensure we all managed to get on the same cruise but as each minute passed I was getting more and more nervous that she wouldn’t make it in time and the boat would leave without us. With 5 minutes to spare Natalie raced around the corner and down the long staircase from the street to river bank. Phew. We promptly jumped aboard the boat, took our seats on the open roof deck alongside Ro and then architectural cruise was underway. The architectural cruise is run by the ...