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Today the weather forecast wasnt great so we decieded we had to do some laundry :(. Anyway there wasnt any laundromats near by so we got a taxi to the closest one- which was practically 'the hood'. This took about an hour total but it was so worth. After this we dropped the clothes back to the hotel and headed out to explore more of the city. This lead us to Millenium Park which has the famous 'Bean'. It is a giant reflective object in the centre of the park that has become a focal ...
... photographs of the tigers at the tiger temples in Thailand …. and I must be in at least one
// Attend a full moon party in Koh Pha Nga
// Get a custom made dress in Hoi An// Meet and travel with new people from around the world
// Release a lantern// Go to as many markets as I can … there are tons all over South East Asia, but a floating market is a must
// Chat with a monk
// Get a fish pedicure
// Live, enjoy and have ...
... for us. I found it hard to start with TripAdvisor because most activities get above average reviews and the volume of content is overwhelming. I found reading tens of blogs more digestible and it helped to direct my research. 3. Splurge on the top activities, go cheap on the less important ones. Everyone has their favorites - outdoor activities, accommodations, meals. Spend the money to really enjoy your top experiences - it's a once in a lifetime trip. For the ...
... the one that took you all the way out to Wrigley Field, and now I can't go.
Instead, in order to see some of the city, we plumped for a hop on/off tour. Well, we experienced the Windy City, that's for sure! Bloody hell, it was slightly chilly on the open top deck of that bus in certain places. I was better dressed than Julie and Angie too; they must've been freezing. Once we'd done the full loop, we jumped off to find hot drinks ...
... the old blue to bed in her $50/night hideaway at the Double tree.
We walked across the street for a quick bite to eat and upon entering Timothy O'Toole's realized we had been there twice before the last time we were in Chicago nearly 6 years ago. Ha...well I did remember it having pretty good food and it still did.
For the Record: Seats were Section 326 Row 1 Seats 9-10
Lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 6-8