Club Quarters Chicago -- Wacker At Michigan
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... he will purchase it for himself from next time. Some salespersons get confused with this principle. For instance, it is inefficient and wrong according to this principle, to quote 'Spend over $25 and get a cost-free t-shirt'. The offer is not cost-free; the customer needs to spend something to get the free product. The product being given must be totally cost-free without any condition to be fulfilled. For instance, the line ...
... moment!! Mum walking down the Chicago streets like a walking icicle and Charlie sitting on his hands in the stroller to keep them a little warmer! I'm not sure how cold it is, but the wind is freezing. Still on the search for Walmart we head through millennium park which when it comes to parks it's a nice one, no where near as big as Central Park but still a really cool place. They have a sculpture in the park in which we named "the bean". It's the shape of a kidney bean perhaps ...
... adult visitors that they are standing somewhere else? This would be very confusing for young ones trying to hone their location skills. Later she said, "I tell my adult visitors that the vintage El car is here (pointing to map) on the second floor..." As a teacher, I can only hope she isn't telling the children that the El car is somewhere else, or their educators will have quite a bit of 'unteaching' to do. We began our own tour of the museum with ...
... so should we. Walking back to my host's over an hour and a half late and in a rainstorm of biblical proportions capped off a day of distinctly mixed emotions.
This morning I got up extra early to ensure that I was only late to the airport by 20mins and flew to Denver. My hosts here, an Englishman and a lively Brazilian, are great fun, and their huge apartment is right in downtown Denver. This afternoon has been spent in writing, travel admin, ...
Walking around aimlessly for about an hour looking for the place John
had booked was well worth it. The apartment we got was absolutely
brilliant. Massive, Comfy and brilliant. It had a jacuzzi bath!! And
the worlds tallest double bed, and there's only a chuffing super
market at the end of the road. It was the cheapest so far. ($150 for
3 for 4 nights! Airbnb.co.uk people). We just rented a room as there
was a lovely women called Kristin (If you're reading this, ...