Hilton Garden Inn Hoffman Estates
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... the men and blouses and skirts for the women, sometimes with a bodice.
The clothes worn by wealthy Italian women looked like peasant garb, but they used richer fabrics like silk and velvet. The rich also had access to colorful dyes, so the color palette varied more widely. Upper-class Italian women also tended to wear more jewelry than peasants.
for special festivals even peasant women had beautiful dresses and bodices. These were dyed in bright colors, hand-crafted ...
... square. After lunch we just had a look at Some shops and booked our tickets for the Lion King on Broadway for Saturday night. Walked past Central Park and then back past some shops and stopped at TGI Fridays for tea and we had a great waiter serving us. Walked back to our apartment and complained about the bedding ( it had spew or something funky on the valance). Had showers and relaxed watching the ...
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 ...
... for ETA- the coach conductor just said- "Don't ask he said we don't know". Still fun in coach but this was much better and Ruth and James relaxed into luxury.
Our cabin was bijou - see photos- but private and scented with free sweets and fresh towels. Access to 3 restrooms and a shower room for 6 cabins and Curtis our personal conductor (read butler) to answer our every whim and request 24/7. He had free Oreos ...
... It was really nice to see him and awesome that it actually worked out this time! Also, we got to finally meet and chill with the famous Chauncey (an adorable, hilarious Terrier-Chihuahua mix with and beard and polo shirt) and the dog they were watching Peanut J Butter (what the J stands for is unknown. We hope it is not Jelly, because that would be very confusing and I don't like it). Then walked around the block and grabbed more pizza! ...