Jameson Suites of Arlington Heights
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... either the Kuvasz or the Great Pyrenees. They were beautiful and friendly. (Paul didn't like the drool.)
In the center of the square is the Historic Green County Courthouse. The building is beautiful! It was hard to take our eyes off of it. It was completed in 1891 and includes a 120-foot clock tower that houses a bell. It has arches, marble pillars and granite block accents at the windows. Google it and check out the pictures. It is ...
... time the machine wouldn't take my money fortunately a staff nearby who said 'buy at the next station' - but you know what I
did -- rode into town!! free - Start with Macy's to see the fabulous ceiling and Tiffany lamp - the lamp is small but the ceiling is wow! Even as a non-shopped I get a bit distracted by all on display and before I know it an hour has passed by -- time for $$ Bank of America nearby - and then the Palmer House Hotel - another ceiling to admire
Jen and I got up at 3:30 AM this morning to make our 6 AM flight from Cleveland to Chicago. The puppies were already at camp for the next 10 days. Neither of us got much sleep, but we got ourselves together and headed over to the airport. Roads were clear, and parking was no issue, and thankfully our flight was on time. ...
... but they gave it a good shot.
Seeing the Chicago skyline was a real thrill. It is a beautiful city. Knowing Ryan's father helped to shape it makes it extra special for me to look at. We navigated our way through the Skyway and out of the city no problem. However, just before we were to head out to the suburbs fatigue set in and Omar took a wrong turn - right into the O'Hare airport ...
... a college football blog, so tailgating is a key category. For baseball, not so much. However, I left it in here just so I could talk about the bars in Wrigleyville. Holy Cow! I've never seen anything like it, and that's saying a lot. There are blocks and blocks of bars, most of which are along Clark St on the west side of the stadium. One guy we met at the Cubs game described it as the biggest beer garden in the world. ...