Country Inn & Suites Naperville
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... would happen to my cats, I was going to miss my flight.
What was worse is that I had been having some extremely bad twists in the road to getting to my vacation.
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Three days before I left, I started my period: 2 weeks after I had already finished it. Someone trigger my freaking cycle again.
... to pick up our Go Card Pass and then a quick brunch rounded off our short morning. Oh, but the rain. It poured most of the morning - not so summery after all. Back to the room to quickly get changed and then off to the baseball we went. With the San Francisco Giants being Mike's favourite team in the MLB, we manage to catch a great game v the Chicago White Sox at Cellular Field. They lost, but it didn't rain which was ...
... The sun came out as I was passing Dyersville, home to the Field of Dreams (under law you have to capitalized that). It’s also home to the Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, and unfortunately this is the second time I was in a rush to get through Dyersville and wasn’t able to stop and check it out (sun or no sun).
Wisconsin has a lot of cows. Like, oh well, you know where ...
... can be a hell of a lot worse, god bless mind the gap).
As we arrived at Wrigley the rain started to fall, and after checking our handy weather app it appeared it was not going to stop for another 3 hours, so rather than being locked in the stadium with their excessive beer prices we decided to take the opportunity to explore\pub crawl Wrigley Ville (The area around the stadium). It turned out to be a wise choice as the ...
Today was the experience of a lifetime when I got to be at none other than Wrigley Field to watch the Cubbies take on the Astros in the third and final game of their weekend series. Leaving about two hours before the game commenced, I found myself in a swarm of Cubbies fan when I transfered from the bus to the Red Line, which runs to and stops at Wrigley. From the moment I stepped on the bus from Pilsen until I exited Addison Station, I could not escape the madness. Still, I ...