GrandStay Residential Suites Hotel Madison
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... a nice walk among the wild flowers and along the little stream.
The next morning came way to fast and off we went to "git-er-fixed". Nooo Nellie, not Lulu, the air-conditioner....After a wonderful journey of 2 blocks we pulled into the repair place, arriving at 8:30 AM, went on in, told the guy who we were, what we wanted and turned over the keys. I verified that all the work would take about 3 hours...Yeppers he said. So we ...
... up one of the main drags, stopping to look in shops, where it is possible I went a little bananas. But with things like gingerbread incense and lip balm in miniature sugar skull pots, how could I not? After our wander, we went to a pub down the road for dinner and a couple pints. The food was fantastic, and we took the time to reminisce about our ridiculous adventures in Bali together. Naturally, Kyle had to block his ears for some of it. And ...
On April 18th, 2015 I was blessed with the sound of wonderful tunes, the faces of beautiful people, and the support from my amazing friends. I could not have done this without the most thoughtful boyfriend a girl could ever ask for. This was an idea my boyfriend thought of a few months before it became a reality. This all started with a simple Facebook event page. We ended up getting more than 80 people to accept our invites on Facebook ...
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We're down to just over 8 weeks!
Our drive from Howe, IN, took us through Chicago area. The traffic was heavy and construction helped to slow things down. All in all, it was about an hour of white-knuckle driving (Thanks, Paul!) through the Ryan Expressway. Cars were changing lanes quite suddenly with little notice. My particular favorite is when the driver passes on the right and then cuts in front of the car in the passing lane when there seems to be less than a car ...