Hampton Inn and Suites Chicago / Aurora
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... from a location two hours west of here to our home field (Sedgewick), in LaGrange tomorrow at 5:30. So if you feel like you have not gotten your "ball-fill", come on out and cheer on the LaGrange Softball All-stars tomorrow!
Again, Thank you for all of your support.
My next post will be the week of August 19th, as we head up to Nova Scotia, ...
... in seeing called Smart Home: Green + Wired, but, unfortunately, it was sold out. I went through the space exhibits and then headed for the U-505, a German submarine captured during World War II. Unfortunately it was sold out already too. I guess I shouldn't have visited on a Saturday. There was still had plenty to see though. There was much more than I had time for before closing.
I eventually found my way from the submarine ...
Christmas Eve dinner with friends. The mushroom soup was incredible, having mushrooms from Poland. And I am now the proud owner of a pocket translator that does basic words and phrases in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and Dutch. It includes phrases for business trips, such as 'Show me the product,' which makes me ...
After our 20 minute boat ride to Bora Bora airport, 50 min plane ride from Bora Bora to Papeete, 8 hour flight from Papeete to LA, and 4 hour flight to Chicago... we are finally back home! The dogs were very surprised to see us come through the door... they stopped running ro pause and look and us, and realize it was actually us walking through the door... ...
... and now she might be the trash man’s daughter. We continued talking about who was who and little bits-n-pieces of what we kids heard about our grandparents and now we were not sure who we were (as far as our ancestry). Oh well, at least we agreed that we were now all Americans in a great country, with its pitfalls, but still a great place to live and glad we lived here. Fun was had by everyone.
I am so ...