Extended Stay America - Chicago - Naperville - West
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... downstairs to purchase gelato for dessert. The purchaser of a medium container "to go" could choose up to three different flavours; I had settled on tiramisu and coconut and was thinking about a third, complementary flavour when Max came looking for me and made a strong argument for lemon sorbet. So much for the complementary flavours! We headed home to watch the Blackhawks lose their match and headed to bed shortly afterwards. A long day with an early start is expected ...
... 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
Jennifer's Top ...
... with snow had the appearance of huge sand dunes.
Steamboat is a small town named after some hot springs, which gave the appearance of steam boat and hence the name.The town is not only a ski resort but also a summer destination with summer activities.Wide open spaces with farmland .Would love to see it in summertime when everything is green.
The evening we arrived was the first evening of evening skiing. The ski slopes were ...
... all went out, we partied for a while, hit McDonald's for food. And then visited in the hostel. As I said I had a blast, it's one of my favorite things about hostel life, you go alone, but you end up meeting people, making new friends, and getting to share awesome experiences with them. On the flip side. I realize that I will probably never see any of these people again. I will never go to those bars, or others with that same group of people. My friends back home. Who are ...
... Meerkat Service) and he was only a common Squaddie. Dave tried to stick up for him but as he was only in the Navy he also had no idea of what he was talking about. I hope the RAF chappie we will be meeting on Wednesday is more clued up on military matters otherwise they will all end up talking about knitting like Mayia or stamp collecting like Bogdan. Maybe I give Sergei a call when I land at Detroit and ask him for advice on what to do with them. I am now going ...