Hampton Inn & Suites Hoffman Estates
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... predominantly Christmas decorations. Being America, it's difficult to contemplate doing anything without options of food and drink being easily within reach. In keeping with the German theme, the food on offer is comprised of stollens, kransky hot dogs, flavoured nuts washed down with mulled wine or beer. The decorations on offer are intricate and ornate, although we did struggle to recall how carved wooden dragons fitted into the ...
... a more casual version of the picnics in the car park at the Melbourne Cup. There was smoke pouring of the grills and they were having a ball! As we were pretty early we entered the Stadium and then found our seats, which were nicely placed by 1st base. It is a large arena seating about 40,000 people, and has first class facilities with unlimited food and drink stalls and dozens of toilets! Hope Tuck Waldron has done some serious research for ...
... here was almost three years ago. So much has happened since then--my stint in LA came to a bittersweet end, I had 2 week-long road trips within the span of a month (both equally incredible for different reasons), followed by the rockiest year of my life to-date, and a fantastic, 2-week whirlwind through South Africa. I wish I had kept up with this in that time. While I'm sure that the most important lessons will ...
My first journey using the greyhound bus service. This was the cheapest option from Philadelphia to Chicago so I wasn't expecting outstanding service. Well, that is an extreme overstatement to be honest. We 'broke down' about an hour outside Chicago because the driver accidentally turned off the electricity. After a few hours of debating what we were going to do (bearing in mind a baby was on board; the mother of whom had to get to Texas!) the driver realised and turned ...
... rough itinerary, and then physically packing.
Much of logistics and having a rough itinerary will overlap. Shots, prescriptions, visas, and travel insurance are probably the most important steps but are actually dependent on your rough itinerary. Many blogs are dedicated to these steps specifically so I will leave that for someone else.
The way I went about deciding when and where I wanted to be was pretty simple. I setup ...