Habitat Corporate Suites at Presidential Towers
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Since we didn't get enough sleep last night, We are trying to get some sleep in the bus. JK is already deep in the sleep. Looks little uncomfortable, poor JK.
오늘 처음으로 하는 카우치서핑 ;. 크리스와 도 잘 맡고 안전하고 즐겁게 이틀을 ...
... no actual water tower, just shops such as the Lego store). It was in this building that we found a pizza place for dinner. One slice of pizza was just under $5, however was honestly the size of my head! I am sad to say I couldn't actually finish my slice!
Now I'm not sure whether it was because it was just because it was a Friday evening or whether it is a normal occurrence, but walking back to the hotel there were ...
We moseyed down via The Bean (more on that later) and Chicago seemed rather sleepy. The Chicago Segway Tours office was a curious little burrow in the basement of a car park, but they were very welcoming to us and the eight others that joined our group. After a rather comedic safety video which involved a stick-man falling off a Segway in a multitude of creative and (unintentionally) hilarious ways, we were off for ...
... access to the community of ladies who are taking part in the program. The membership is available in handy to women who like exercising in the house. Because these females get to enjoy the comfort of their homes while at the same time get moral support from other women from all over the world, this is. The Venus element goes for just $47. The good side is that it has a 60 day cash back assurance; therefore, if you get ...
On our way to Chicago we decided to pull over on the side of the road in Jamestown Indiana and have a catch with our baseball gloves. We threw a ball around for about an hour while the sun set and I took a few pictures of the boys with Sam's fancy new camera and the sun setting (apparently I learned a few things from my mother and godmother over the years). We got back on the road with about two and a half hours from Chicago and as ...