Lincolnshire Marriott Resort
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... session as a precursor to dinner in a local restaurant. Said dinner comprise shared plates and included New Zealand venison loin which was served with a rutabaga purée, bacon and currants. The Blackhawks lost 1-5 but it is always interesting watching the spectacle that surrounds the game. The massage / cocktails / dinner went well for the "girls" and we all met up in a bar close to the apartment for a nightcap before calling it a ...
... can sue them later. Bev was efficiently and good humouredly dealt, she was x rayed, weighed and seen by about three different folks before a doctor came in and said double your ibuprofen. We also got a muscle relaxant. We were enormously relieved with the no permanent damage verdict. We then breakfasted in a chain store called "Potbelly". Ther was an intriguing shift in service style at potbelly, especially if compared ...
... it all! But I think my experiences today gave me a good snapshot of what the Windy City has to offer. Tomorrow will be primarily a driving day, since it's about 9 hours to Sioux Falls, my next stopover. Today's playlist was shorter, since my drive was only 3 hours. But don't worry, I think I did a good job. First up was some Bela Fleck, from The Melody of Rhythm (also featuring Edgar Meyer and Zakir Hussein), UFO Tofu and Live Art. I followed up ...
... unknown brands - e.g. Maggie's gin and tonic read thus: "aviation American gin, bonal gentiane-quiña, grapefruit, thyme, grapefruit bitters". I had a strawberry daiquiri, Max a "First Base" (vodka, white port, white grape juice, st germain, lemon, bitters) and Sarah had a "Liquid Swords" (sake, cocchi Americans, lemon, chai green tea syrup, prosecco). We also shared a bottle of white wine with our meal. By the time we arrived home we were well and truly ready for ...
... for the country then to drive. The scenery is gorgeous and it brings a feeling of adventure to the trip that you can't get from airport hopping. To Don'ts 1. Don't plan a short trip. Everyone is busy. Long trips are expensive. Bosses don't like long vacations. But it's a once in a lifetime trip. You'll regret heading home before you're ready far more than missing a few extra days of work. 2. Don't move around every day. We fell victim to this on a couple of ...