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... cards just went everywhere, even holding a cup of tea was a bit of a dice.
The journey was long, very long, very very very long.... in fact knowing what I know now, there is no way that i would do that again. It was 19 hours (well supposed to be) and as we were nearing the border between Ohio and Indiana we overheard that the train (somehow) was running 2 hours behind. I don't know how this happened as we seemed to have just kept going through but ...
... cold Lake Michigan is frozen. So on my rambles I found a doughnut shop and this place douches over Dukin doughnuts and Krispy kreams. Their doughnuts are top banana! So I have done something I have always wanted to them! And top it all off I'm going to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner tonight Tomorrow I pick up the whip and get out of Chicago towards Springfield home of Lincoln. So let's take it to the limit one more time Oh yeah you can't escape green peace *******s! All the ...
... a plane slightly difficult/awkward! You have a few options when it comes to sleeping on a flight, particularly when you have a window seat: (1) cuddle the wall/window, (2) cuddle the stranger next to you (3) awkwardly fall asleep sitting upright in your chair, then wake up in either position 1 or 2. I just want a bed and homemade food.. These chairs are brutal on the ass! Another awkward thing about traveling alone is fancy dinners; although I'm sure ...
... recorded on the TV so sometimes they would randomly stop play so they could have an as break.
The next day we decided to do the segway tour which Rob's cousin recommended it to us. We have both never ridden segways before so I was worried I wouldn't be able to do it. We were in a group of 8 people and first we had a few lessons on how to use the segways. Then we went on a tour around Grant Park. We went past the fountain which has ...