Super 8 Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We drove into Chicago today. Boy are the highways here confusing!!! They tried to hide it from us, but we found it anyway!
We drove up Lake Shore Drive which is the edge of town right on Lake Michigan. The entire coastline is all park and beach. No homes or businesses! It's like the coastal commission came through here and said "Nope, this area is for everyones enjoyment. No one can build here." ...
... in January!
We leave tomorrow for Phase Two of our Mainland adventure...Mayo Clinic and surgery. But wait...there is a story from last week that just must be a part of our adventures!
We got a phone call from our house sitter telling us to call Mayo Clinic. So I dutifully called right away...and...was told that my wonderful retirement insurance company declined coverage for my surgery! After picking myself up off the ...
... sure to bring some items that I knew I would need like a flashlight, some decent AA batteries, a camera, a bathing suit, and toiletry items that I didn’t want to have to buy at inflated prices on the road if I already had them. (For example: my skin burns to a crisp in the sun and sunscreen is expensive here, but essential, so I packed four tubes).
Technically, since I didn’t have an exact itinerary for the trip planned, I needed ...
... back home, it's eerie. The older brother is exactly like my own (with a dash more self-assurance), as not only had he spent the afternoon trying to help me fix my laptop, in a completely helpful & unpatronising but still an 'I have just as little clue as you do but I just know how to google things & work it out for myself' kind of way, but also in that he spent the majority of the night surrounded by family, but clearly far more absorbed in what ...
... with land in America for his services. In his will, he told Thomas Jefferson to sell the land and use the money to buy Slaves and give them their freedom and educate them to be self sustaining. Kosciuszko loved freedom and he wanted all people to be free. (Use this man for a Black History Month school report.)
Casimir Pulaski was born in Poland in 1747. He was a great horse soldier in Poland. Benjamin Franklin asked ...