Habitat Corporate Suites at Presidential Towers
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Leah and I, along with the Loor family, left Hong Kong at 8:30 am on Thursday, July 2, which was 9:30 pm, Wednesday, July 1 in St. Louis. Christian and Joe and others in our group came by the lobby to say goodbye, and it was sad! We so enjoyed getting to know everyone in our group, and who knows, maybe our paths will cross in the future (I have already signed Leah and me up for our spring break trip next March - an ...
... we were booked with. The nearest boarding point was only a block away from our hotel. We seriously rugged ourselves up as we were envisaging us being on the top deck of a double decker and trust me it was bloody freezing with that wind still slicing and dicing. But we had to regroup – it was in fact a trolley and we bagged the seat up front at right angles to the driver – a great view out the front windscreen – ...
... their pillaging. Scientists hope to be able to remove DNA from these mummies to perhaps uncover cures for diseases that still haunt humanity. If that happens, the mummies would fulfill their prophecy - to give the gift of life.
I could have stayed at the Field all day. Alas, I had Bulgarian Folk Fest Verea awaiting me. I learned about it from the Bulgarians I practice horo with, as they performed at the festival. Verea festival started out as ...
... 160; At 10.30am i walked around the train looking for the attendant, she said we were running late - because we had got stuck behind freight trains all night. She couldn't tell me when we would be arriving. 11, 12, 1 past and still no Chicago. Everyone on the train was starting to get a little annoyed. I felt a little sorry for the attendant as it wasn't her fault. By ...
... the way. After a bit of architectural education at the river mouth (Trump Tower dominating proceedings), we trundled out towards the lakefront before turning for home and the end of our tour.
Such excitement needs a little chill-out time afterwards so we figured it was time for lunch. We went via The Bean, formally titled Cloud Gate but nicknamed due to its resemblance to, well, a bean! Designed by Anish Kapoor, it consists of ...