Best Western Chicagoland - Countryside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... childhood friend Carly (Gates) Katz. After hugs, we enjoyed well deserved adult beverages and talked about our trip and life in the Windy City.
We then went back to Jana's place and helped pack some boxes as Jana and her husband Kevin are moving to the "burbs" more specifically, LaGrange, IL. After packing for an hour or so, we loaded the vehicles and made the 20 mile (or so) trip. Upon arrival, we found a lovely home that Kevin, Jana ...
We get a bus to Chicago. The bus makes us feel like the whitest whities in the history of white people. The lady in front of Tiz reclines her chair to the point where she is practically lying in his lap. Neither of us says anything because we are too scared she will beat us up. The woman next to her spends an hour straightening her hair. The smell of burning hair makes Sarah want to pass out. Again, we both keep ...
... to Chicago was only just over two hours, and, well, for want of a less cliched phrase, it flew by pretty quickly! Once again, friends and colleagues at school had marvelled over the fact that I was flying, not just to another province, but a whole other country this time, for the long weekend. But that's what long weekends should be for, right? Especially if you've been blessed with a salary that allows you to afford it, and you're on a time line as to how long you can live ...
... there is every sporting event currently happening in America on a big screen. It's our intention to get the 3.30 west side trolley tour but before that we need to get our photo at the Beginning of Route 66. We pick up our RV tomorrow about 2 hours out of downtown and we have no intention of driving back into the city for the photo. As we walk to Adams Street we pass through Millennium Park and see cloud gate or 'the bean' as the locals call it. It's a huge stainless steel bean shaped ...
... own parking spot. His Apartment was an amazingly large open space with many beds and a great vibe -as well as a rooftop garden! Galpals had a big bed to cuddle up in, and really do so because the temperature in there was like Alaska! And just as I have begun to become flexible with my running needs -I have a become different kind of runner, "the planned run" where one preps both physically and mentally has a more measly existence in this lifestyle! No matter how lethargic ...