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... the Dayton Airport with my roommate, Brian, on December 27th. An early demonstration of our excitement- maybe a little anxiety- was depicted as we arrived at our terminal well over 2.5 hours before our flight began boarding. What we didn't realize, however, was that 2.5 hours ended up being completely insignificant when added on to the 26 hours it took us to get to Singapore. How was the flight? Miserable, of course. Of course, I was the only ...
... fan of the deep pan pizza though. The base had a pastry like texture and tasted like a pie. They were also insanely filling, I could only manage two slices without the crusts. They had a wall of fame on the wall by the toilets where celebrity's had signed a picture for Gino's with a thank you message.
Next it was time to head to the airport where we are flying to the Big Apple (New York) to stay with Rob's other aunt and uncle.
Parking being laughably expensive in Chicago (we paid $16 yesterday for less than an hour while stopping at the downtown Visitors' Centre), we opted for taking the train from our suburban hotel to Chicago's Union Station in the heart of town.
So many songs have been written about Chicago, the most famous no doubt My Kind of Town, Chicago by Frank Sinatra. Today we ourselves fell under Chicago's spell! ...
We arrived in Chicago 3 hours late, making our total first long distance Amtrak journey approximately 20 hours long. Overall not a bad experience with huge chairs which were comfortable but unsurprisingly not the best nights sleep. There were amazing views travelling through the countryside and mountainous regions of northeast USA.
I also met some interesting people on the train. There was Adam, ex-naval man with some clearly dark stories that he would ...
Including the largest T Rex skeleton in captivity!
Hence the title ... and the attached picture ...
They also have an extensive collection of Egyptian artifacts used, to good effect, to explain all about their burial customs ... hence the picture of the wall from one of the entry chambers of the above ground portion of a Mastaba.
And, finally, Central American stuff ... including the Aztec Sun Disk.