Comfort Suites Grayslake
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We are traveling cross country and Comfort Suite is by far the most comfortable, reasonably priced and clean of all competition. You get your moneys worth plus!
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Happy 4th of July!!!
We are one week away from leaving for Europe and really looking forward to it! We can't wait to start the adventure that we have been so lucky to be able to have each year for the last several years. Each trip is amazing and creates memories that we will have always. We look forward to travelling together and sharing our experiences with our friends and families and this ...
Returning home we told ourselves we would write our final thoughts of the trip once we settled in and things slowed down a bit. The ironic thing about life, for most of us, is that it never happens. If it is not one thing in life, it is surely another. If there is something special I am hoping to take out of this journey it is-- with risk comes reward, with reward comes amazing memories and if risk does come with failure, then we ...
The plans are made, the reservations confirmed, and our bags are being packed! Just a few days before we leave for this year's trip to the Last Frontier - Alaska! Steve, Pat, and Dad will be meeting Steve and Sue in Chicago before flying on to Vancouver. As always, we are looking forward to a great trip, filled with new adventures and plenty of good fun, food, and laughter!
Let the adventure ...
Thoughts from chicago. my kind of town The cab driver told us stories all the way from the airport In a thick african accent. The Chicago cubs are playing their first game of the season on the night we arrive. the area where we are staying is alive with Cub fans hoping for a victory. Apparently they will be disappointed until next year ....the cubs cannot win due to a one hundred year curse. 99 years ...
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Some Haiti Facts: (disclaimer...found on the internet, seemed reliable but then most things do):
- Eighty percent of Haitians live under the poverty line and 54% live in abject poverty. The average per capita income in Haiti is $480 a year, compared to $33,550 in the United States.
- In 1801, ex-slave Toussaint L’Ouverture (1743-1803) led nearly ...