Extended Stay America - Chicago - Buffalo Grove - Deerfield
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... photographs of the tigers at the tiger temples in Thailand …. and I must be in at least one
// Attend a full moon party in Koh Pha Nga
// Get a custom made dress in Hoi An// Meet and travel with new people from around the world
// Release a lantern// Go to as many markets as I can … there are tons all over South East Asia, but a floating market is a must
// Chat with a monk
// Get a fish pedicure
// Live, enjoy and have ...
... details of the following story, so excuse me quoting the following facts from Wikipedia, because I wanted to get the details correct, and the Internet is the place to look, right?...ha ha, anyway, now that I've read it I remember that's what the guide told us, it's pretty unbelievable! "Rehabilitation work on the Kinzie Street Bridge crossing the Chicago River required new pilings. However, when the City of Chicago specified that the old pilings be extracted and replaced by ...
Wrigley Field. What more do I need to say? Every sports fan has a day game at Wrigley Field on the bucket list. After the city of Chicago approved a $500M renovation to the stadium, there was a bit of urgency for us to see Wrigley "dumpy," and we jumped on the chance to see a game there. Now, here's something I didn't know about Cubs games. I thought tickets would be fairly hard to come by, but apparently it's not too ...
I started planning this trip over two years ago. In the summer of 2011, I sent in my application to study at RIMYI (http://www.bksiyengar.com/modules/inst itut/rimyi/rimyi.htm), and received word back that I could come August/September 2013. Then, suddenly, I had the opportunity in 2012 to go to Nepal and India ...