Extended Stay America - Chicago - Lombard - Oakbrook
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... at 70! Wow!
Walked to brand name stores along Magnificent Mile which is concurrent with the Chicago River.
The water in the river is green and stunning.
Went to "Eataly!" for dessert which has all things Italian - Donna eat your heart out!. The store was buzzing.
Alas, the Spring in most of the States in the USA has not sprung as it has been cold and wet many a times.
... certainly are a modest investment and generally attract visual attention. The use of marketing products that customers use daily is the best choice for businessmen to promote their merchandise or services. Promotion corporation informative data on hiking equipment, healthcare goods, and a suitcase set usually generate curious viewers. Hitting new customers which have environmental concerns is simple when using ecofriendly bags, organic clothing, or modern-day biodegradable fixed ...
... in Piccadilly Circus in London it's a similar size with a bit less clutter. My mum is freezing and so is Charlie, Georgia is the warmest of us all, wrapped up snug as a bug in a rug. We roll into the sports authority and I am dissapointed with the amount of Chicago Bulls merchandise in thier store. C'MON!!!!!!!!!!! We search for a warm jacket for Charlie and we quickly figure out that $100 for a jacket for him is to much. There is one thing about my son Charlie, every time ...
... a camera we did not bring? Best packer: Me. Randomly decided to bring Kleenexes and cough drops, which saved Courtney's trip. Also, a first aid kit was a nice save for our blistered feet. Most ill (in a non-rap sense of the word): Courtney in Lyon. I thought she might literally lose a lung in Lyon. She sounded like a Parisian smoker though, which probably endeared us to the locals. Worst French: Courtney. Even included random Spanish words ...
... and I'm ever so tempted to boost him up the list now. I curse myself for crossing the street just one block back as he's a whole 4 car lanes away from me! Just one touch... Please? I remind myself I have a destination to get to, which is still a good distance away and it feels like it might rain any minute now. With a feeling of great regret (I'm sure he felt it too) I head off towards my goal. The Art Institute of Chicago is a massive ...