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... I thought it was an impossible task, we managed to have everything we needed (including my NIkon digital camera and two lenses) in those two luggage items. And we were careful and prudent in our souvenir purchases, so that we were able to fit those items in our bags as well. Packing wisely turned out to be a godsend in the maze of airport terminals and train stations. It was rather painful to watch others trying to ...
... in Chicago!!!! We were driven around before going to the hotel. Chicago is such a beautiful city. Our hotel is about a street away from the water, unfortunately we can only just see it from our room. After dinner Kylie and I went for a walk, while Kerri and Sue had an early night. Oh I cannot wait to explore more tomorrow. Good ...
Came out of the museum after 3, and it had just started to snow. It was 7 below, but with no wind it wasn't too cold. We caught a bus the length of Clark Street. The large driver was blowing her horn at slow cars, it was dusk, the tall buildings made a canyon, the snow got heavier, and we sat grinning like loons.We found a Post Office, then caught the train, then a bus home.
The paths were slippery and slushy, but we made it home safely, still grinning.
I'm scared of the toilet in my hotel room. It’s one of those CO2 pressurized things, and I swear you could flush a poodle down that sucker (and I’m not saying you shouldn’t…).
Maybe I should back up a bit. I found a place called World of Beer near the hotel, and I think I am in love. Actually, I’m glad they are not in Mechanicsburg or I’d be the next ...
... just as impressive, but lacked Paris' landmarks. Worst tourist attraction: Tower Bridge in London. Very cool to look at. Very lame to go inside. Least friendly: Dublin. Despite a reputation for hospitality, the Irish smile did not shine very brightly upon us. Most friendly: Paris. Parisians, surprisingly, were very nice and spoke to us kindly and in both French and English. We did not expect it, but almost universally the French were the most ...