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... of the Camino experience (the French route)
- Check out: http://www.portugueseway.com/ While this is a company/tour (I'll be walking on my own), I found it today and it looks to have a good overview of the path I will be taking under "portuguese way / camino highlights"
- Google "the camino de santiago", "the way of st james", or "the portuguese way"
... formal flower beds and even hanging baskets line the freeway! He tells us that even in winter it looks beautiful as plantings are replaced with lights.
Jon had packed his passport, deemed and experienced as not necessary on domestic flights, but had his Austn. drivers licence with photoI D on hand- we had checked through an automated machine with no line at all which put us in a special category, all well till it comes to Mr No Passport where very nicely he is ...
Today was the Memorial Day holiday so there was no need for either Max or Sarah to be up and about early. We conformed to our roughly-established routine of a leisurely breakfast followed by a little more tidying, cleaning and organising. I repotted the small (bonsai) ficus for Max's desk then helped Sarah assemble the shelves from Ikea. They were purchased as an additional component to a set M & S already owned; we were bemused to discover that they were marginally ...
... us into the Hilton at the O'Hare airport and we did not even have to exit the building, there was an underground passage to the hotel. We were soon checked in and decided we needed a bite of real food and maybe a glass of wine, after all today is STILL Valentines day, same as it was 30 hours ago when we started this journey.
I was doubly excited by getting to see some of the Olympic coverage for the first time this biennial. Skeleton sledding is so much fun.
... some Chicago Pizza, got a free Hershey chocolate bar and then pulled in to do the John Hancock Observatory - it was fantastic. 360 views of the city which was absolutely sensational. We then headed out to the shops to see about any bargains - again Andrew is the shopped and I came home empty handed. Exhausted we headed home for biscuits, cheese and frozen salad (our fridge was a bit cold!), that we'd bought the day before. ...