South Lansing Days Inn
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... kitchen to grill our marinated pork strips and mix up a batch of sauce to go with the pork once it was cooked. Potatoes and onions were chopped and cooked down with a small amount of chorizo meat to form the base for a dish that was enjoyed by everyone. With all dishes eventually prepared and cooked, we were able to divide up the results of our efforts onto serving plates and tuck in. Pleased with our efforts, ...
... dearest friends, Tatiana.
I just did a 15-minute workout to calm my nerves (it worked). Now it's time to shower, throw some more things in this travel bag (I have one medium one that I'm checking, and one carry-on for valuables and travel thingies), and get on the bus. I am taking a bus, to the El, to ORD, to LGA, to proceed to the Q33 bus, to the NYC subway to Manhattan. I can do this!
... park which had superb art including waterfalls off rectangle structures which have random faces portrayed and where people can splash around and enjoy the cool water. Also go to the Bean which is brill and provides lots of photo opps on reflections. Back to hotel and after taking girls for a subway the adults have bottle of wine ( from Monterey) in hotel lobby. Back up to room and pet sends Tesco order to arrive on Monday full of healthy ...
... a huge slice of cheesecake so ordered a milkshake turned out to be even bigger and sweeter. In a diabetic coma we waddled out to the street where caught a taxi to Navy Pier. An ancient pier, explored the whole pier, walking back to the hostel when some Americans sat at a bar on the side of the pier invited us to join them for some drinks on them. To good of an offer to turn down we joined them, spent the next couple of an hours chatting to ...
... food court to sit and have lunch. It was a different process. When you entered you were given a card and you could choose your food from the multiple dining places, handing over your card and then paying on your way out.
After lunch we headed for a walk down Michigan Ave known as the 'Magnificent Mile' to find a supermarket. We have a kitchen in our room so we bought so snacks and food for meals to cook over the next few days.