Extended Stay America - Chicago - Lisle
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... 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 ...
Arrived in Chicago last night late as plane was delayed in LA. Reached the hotel about 11pm after a Chinese buffet for dinner. Off sightseeing today after a visit to the phone shop to get everyone sorted. Lunch with two of the girls at the Cheesecake Factory....no not for cheesecake, had a ...
... here is to embrace the people who enter your life, don't overthink and question and hesitate, or you may miss out on something special.
I guess these aren't really resolutions as much as realizations and goals, and making resolutions or setting goals means nothing if you aren't ready to work for them and possibly even give something up no matter how badly you want to keep believing or hoping for it to change. That clock and year change can give you the ...
... money designated for website hosting. It is sensible since new sites don't really need state-of-the-art features at this time.
It isn't preferable to shell out too much on your start-up. It will only result in a few financial challenges on your part. You can go with a cost-effective web hosting service and proceed to a much more expensive one if you want more leading-edge capabilities.
Technical support also needs to be considered ...
... Australia Zoo, but hidden from the pedestrian walkway by clever plantings of trees and shrubs. Apparently the Botanic Gardens has over 25,000 visitors per year and most come by car - entrance to the gardens is free, but car parking is $25.00 so I guess the board of governors is happy to accommodate as many vehicles as possible. We headed straight to the café for a sandwich which we ate outdoors under the weeping willow trees alongside one of ...