Courtyard By Marriott Chicago Glenview
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... view and downing a round of cocktails, we were again rugging up for the walk to a very popular restaurant, Girl and the Goat, which Sarah had booked back in September to ensure table availability. Apparently the owner/head chef had won TV's "Top Chef" program (Masterchef for professionals) a few years ago and her reputation has placed her restaurant in high demand ever since. It was a sharing menu with interesting combinations of ingredients ...
... 46020; 또 한가지 엔진소리, 화장실, 소음 등을 잘 알아 보고 되도록 그곳에서 먼 곳에 자리 잡기. 이렇게 조금씩 배워가며 여행을 하다 보면 나중엔 ...
... scale skeleton of a dinosaur in the terminal. Check it the pics if the girls with the Dino below... Getting on to the plane now... 4 hours until we are done with the traveling and ready to roll. All-in-all a helluva good travel day. We made it cross country with three kids and only waited in line for maybe 15 minutes total. 10 minutes on the runway at O'hare was overcome by direct tv in your seat. Again, either a good sign for the trip, or the calm before the ...
... and unbelievable. After eating we went to a bar and met a cool group of people from Ireland and proceeded to drink and sing with all of them at the bars. After a little while we went back home and crashed for a long time as it was the first night we were able to sleep till later then 10.
We woke up around 11:30 the next day and left the house about an hour later. We hopped on the train and rode it downtown to get some lunch ...
... We tended to feel sorry for them as we get the impression that the US is a harsher place than most developed nations in terms of welfare. As far as I know these people don't generally get 'cash' benefits from the government as their counterparts would in Australia or in most places. I think many rely largely on charities, soup kitchens and the like or just get 'food stamps', which Congress was talking about cutting back ...