Hilton Garden Inn Evanston
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Evanston
The location was perfect - only 5 minutes from the church where my niece was married. Unfortunately, the parking ramp, located next door, required walking through quite a bit of snow and slush to get to the hotel entry - surprised there wasn't a passageway directly into the hotel...maybe when the remodel is finished. The rooms were spacious, very clean, and the beds were extremely comfortable! The breakfast buffet was nicely done. Kitty-corner across the street is Bravo Italian Cucina - FABULOUS food - incredible happy hour (enough to make a meal of it!), even on Friday nights!
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... feels SO GOOD to sleep 9 ours a night. Every night.And for the rest I fill my time with potluck dinners, communal meals, and I also signed up to volunteer for a free food distribution (a la Voedselbank) for local people, from stores that would otherwise throw away the food since it's officially just over date. So, hello free bread, fruit and cake! Just like they have a free clothes store, where I got 4 sweaters and a wintercoat. Amongst the normal ...
... by the fruit and I saw a Target employee pick out banana's that had even the tiniest black spots on them. I told him "I dont mind black bananas!" and saved one from his cart of doom, leaving him looking a bit flustered. Then I spent an hour or so strolling along all the isles, not eating my banana, but getting a phone (for 5 dollar!), orange christmas lights for above my bed, and all the nicknacks I definitely needed.
... this will help relieve the minds of anyone who happens to stumble across my blog. I started my time in Australia with the 2 week UltimateOz Ranch package (http://www.ultimateoz.com/arrival-pack s/ultimateoz-outbackranch/). At $1699 it's not especially cheap, but for me it was the perfect way to arrive in Australia and dive right in. And it includes accommodation for 2 weeks, which can be quite expensive especially in ...
... these towns, so through the night when the train pulled into the stations you woke to Christmas lights that were shining in windows and Christmas trees lit up.
I was nice and cosy with my blanket and pillow.
14th December - Saturday.
Woke to lots of snow, the countryside was very pretty, picture book scenes everywhere and there were different people sitting around us. Because of the snow we got ...
... can see where the 'Intelligentsia' moniker comes in as the staff (who don't actually wear white coats and safety goggles but would not look out of place if they did) approach their tasks like scientists in a laboratory, using kitchen scales and timers for accuracy. Here, for example, are just some of the eleven steps needed to make a cup of coffee with a plunger (which the Americans call a French Press) - this is taken from the Intelligentsia website: Step 3: Weigh ...