Days Inn Schaumburg / Elk Grove Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I'm falling in love. I think it was while we were being windswept and cold on the river that we managed to burn our arms quite badly, we shall be slathering on the after sun and sudocrem for the rest of the trip now. And of course bringing out the factor 50! Sorry mum! After that we walked over to the Millennium Park to find The Bean, got a bit lost in the park and managed to walk right ...
... off at the hostel, I head out into the Chicago sun again, making my way to the big lake to catch a fresh breeze. However, the subway smells like pee just like the previous ones in NY and DC, however, there are hardly ANY escalators or elevators here!!!
The famous and crowded Navy Pier by the lake is as far as my feet can carry me today and after enjoying the beautiful turquoise water, I have to call it an early ...
Welcome to O'hare - a travelers transient dream spot! Anna and I start our fun with the complimentary breakfast provided by Mama Goldberg: the classic croissant sandwich which has held our family and friends over at airports for generations! After filling our tummies, we made desperate plans on how to spend our 7 hours at the JFK airport... With a grandiose idea to venture into Manhattan for a Donut at the Doughnut Plant! Can't wait to ...
Which means that the plants and also the creatures interact inside a guy-made vessel. It is not that there's everything really drastically wrong because of it. The aquaponics systems merge the raising of marine creatures in tanks while growing plants inside the same venues. backyard aquaponics One factor to bear in mind is you'll have to place your own needs into consideration first ...
... anyway of course, being an international flight. We were up and touring, via foot this time (buses didn't happen until 9am anyway) and fast walking down to Grant Park. We both wanted to see this magnificent fountain we'd seen in photos, prints, on postcards and glimpsed briefly from the bus other other day. On the way we passed my favourite sculpture again, and much to my delight there was virtually no one crowding around it. From certain angles it looked as if I was the only ...