Courtyard Chicago Arlington Heights/North
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while the particular oversight board discovered consensus in certain of its recommendations regarding transparency, its members had been sharply divided when it came for the surveillance programs in inclusion to their judicial oversight.
... of it was undergoing renovations. They were filming a new Chicago cop show too, according to signs posted all over the place. We had a stroll around the perimeter, took some photographs, and then went to grab some Chicago pizza, along with more Garett's popcorn as Julie and Sandy had not used their voucher for their free sample bag. Right, sing it like Donkey from Shrek everyone! After 3: 3 - 2 - 1 - "On the road ...
... down from Niagara to Buffalo, then to Erie (a brief jaunt through Pennsylvania) and then also a brief stint in Seneca nation (an Indian land) via I90. Then through Cleveland.
However, about 100 miles before Toledo there was a big accident. Fortunately for us the kind highway folks posted a sign saying "Major Delay Ahead... seek alternate routes". I looked on my trusty Windows Phone ...
... that Williamsport is the little league capital of the world and there are lots of rat snakes and a bear cup that all live within a park that Mike's aunt Bonnie runs. She graciously offered to tour us around the park for the day and unfortunetly we had to decline to continue on our adventure. We left early in the morning to begin an 8 hour drive to stay at my good friend Will's apartment in Ann Arbor MI. The drive mostly consisted of listening to ...
... drink on you. Either way, it's refreshing. After another exhausting day I walk back to my apartment. It's a bit intimidating walking past the crowds outside the venue who obviously don't have wrist bands and approach anyone they can to see if they have spares. I'm hungry, I need a shower, I've got sore feet and I've got a long way to walk, if someone tries to take my wrist band from me I almost feel sorry for them! No need to worry though, ...