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... the Science of Storms where they simulated a Tornado, a Tsunami Wave and many other weather related things. You could build your own toy and watch each stage of the production, they also had a space area. However what I thought was the best was the U-505 submarine from World War II, this was great and I truly loved seeing it. My foot was still bothering me but we caught the taxi back to the hotel where I asked for a ice pack. After an hour or so of resting up we went back out for ...
2:15pm-- Finally met in Chicago this morning and afternoon to film with some producers from LONDON! I was chosen to be on a documentary about Romanian Orphan success stories, orphanages, and adoption. What a blessing! Had a wonderful time filming with the family in Lincoln Park in Chicago! Definitely some good memories to last and ...
... d gone to Monaco to do his regular voice-over commentary for one of the TV networks. It was only a short diversion, so it didn't hold me up much.
There are, I'm told, two seasons on American roads... winter and construction. I was seeing plenty of the latter:
Diversions as I headed on to Chicago. And another traffic jam!
Michael and Lee were waiting for me ...
... you can see down to the road and all around you In them. Pretty cool. Next stop was the wicker park area, we had heard that it was a funky area of town so we thought we'd check it out. Unfortunately we we're there before anything had actually opened so we killed some time then started our browsing. This area was full of all sorts of trendy shops but the main focus was definitely on thrift shops. And I'm not talking salvos style I'm talking vintage clothing and designer labels and just ...