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... of the 45 minute ride. He moved to Chicago when he was younger, went to DePaul for a physics degree, and is now living and working here. He gave me some good advice on what things I could skip and what things I definitely should see. I learned that people in Chicago celebrate every Wednesday and Saturday with fireworks at Navy Pier. After I got off the train, I thanked James for all his help and then loaded Betsy (in ...
... have turned up to walk around, hang out at the bars and restaurants and see the fireworks. We go to see the performance by Cirque Shanghai (sort of like a poor relation of Cirque De Soleil). To my surprise, it is really good - so much so that Ethan declares he is going to be a stuntman or acrobat when he grows up. At one point there are 5 motorcyclists all whizzing around in a "wall of death" spherical cage which doesn't really look big enough for ...
... off in the direction of home. I am pleasantly surprised to see that they are still filming in the same location and before I know it I realise I'm in the middle of the scene. I look to my left and there is Stuart Towsend not 2 metres away from me in all his glory. I desperately want to stop and take a photo but I feel that in the film my character wouldn't have done that, so I keep on walking. I hope they don't cut my scene, I was looking pretty ...
... And most importantly, for anyone who is a new flyer, it turns out you get to be really lazy when you fly, and you have almost no responsibilities. You might think you want to know where your stuff is and how it is. Don't. You don't even have to check in with the people you're flying with, just go right through to the security. I thought flying was much more complex than it is. It is actually really simple (as long as you don't have to try and find things in O'Hare).
... mountains are the home of more than just dwarfs and a dragon, they are home to the worlds largest collection of mushrooms! The dwarfs absolutely love to eat mushrooms, whether red capped, or white capped, they will eat them all the same; as long as they're edible of course. The dwarfs are incredible miners and engineers. They created a hall big enough for the majestic Dragon Council, who they are led by the closest friends of the last dragon, each a master in ...
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