Ravinia Guest House
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... about life in Chicago and life in London, accompanied by juicy ribs and cold (locally brewed) beer. Nice!
It had to end though, so we trudged off to continue our exploration. The Architectural River Tour came highly recommended, bizarrely, so we booked on it with some scepticism and spent a pleasingly educational and entertaining hour hearing about the significance and history of some of Chicago's buildings, both old (the trade ...
Traveling home from a vacation is a good time for reflection. We are tired. We have a very long flight to endure. Leaving Israel is very bittersweet. Every vacation is a delight, but this one was more meaningful to me than any of the others I've enjoyed. I will never read the Bible the same. When you hear that visiting Israel is life-changing, I have to agree. I can't compare it to anything else that I have ...
... then headed to a local salon for some mani pedis where we relaxed for hours with free wine and Sex in the City which they had playing, perfect way to spend a freezing afternoon.
We had a nice relaxing evening for our last night and prepared for our exciting next stop - NYC!
We nearly missed out flight to NYC, stuck in traffic for 2 hours caused us to arrive after boarding time. We ran into the terminal crossing our fingers ...
... the program of their lives. Home entertainment Weekly reports that both have actually signed on to play a lonely solitary mom and a founded guilty killer that fall in an unlikely passion. The movie will certainly fire in 2012 in New England.
That's the area of Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin's new flick, a dramatization called "Labor ...
... s basically a giant polished mirror. Charlie loved it, running around yahooing and looking at himself in the mirror. Now beauty is in the eye of the beholder (I.e. parents) and we think Charlie is a pretty good looking kid. We have found that many Asians (mainly Japanese) think that there is absolutely no need at all to ask his parents if they can have a photo with him. What they do is, they get his attention, Charlie approaches (sometimes cautiously) and they ask him in broken ...