Extended Stay America - Chicago - Naperville - West
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... I often feel like I can't trust Him or that I'm not worthy of His love. But it was never about my actions because I will never be good enough. He sent Christ because I could never reach Heaven with my good works and He so desires for me to spend eternity with Him. I await the day Jesus returns because it will be unimaginably wonderful for those who love Him. More than all our sin Than all our shame Stronger than the grave You are immeasurably more ...
... bunch of interesting souvenirs
9. Being with my family
8. mustard shop in Düsseldorf
7. exotic car spotting
6. driving through the mountains
3. meeting Julien, my online French teacher
1. snowboarding in the Alps
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... s tempting to try and hit every city in a day, but the amount of travel can be draining. There are a lot of little things that add up - packing the car, checking into the next accommodation, filling up gas, etc. We found two days in most cities to be the perfect amount of time. 3. Don't stay in one city for too long. If you're like us, two days in a city is plenty. You can walk to the edges, see the sites, get a couple good meals and then move on. There's too ...
... are you from?... Oh, Australia, I'd love to go there ... Poisonous spiders ... Barrier Reef ... Great White Sharks". In hindsight, I could have asked her about the recent Federal election and the subsequent change of government - but I suspect I would have drawn a blank on that topic and that the dangerous animals / distance from the USA would be the sum total of her knowledge. The bus, when it arrived, was quite crowded but dropped passengers ...
... relief from the heat that had previously hit. Ah ha, I remember my umbrella. Shame on all you silly young people for preferring to be cool over being dry. Thoughts of my school days enter my head of my mother insisting we take our raincoats and umbrellas on wet days. Yeah okay mum, so not cool, I'd rather drown than be seen being sensible. I walk around for a few hours, buy my nephews some Lollapalooza ...