Holiday Inn Chicago Matteson Conference Center
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... Avenue Social (in Park West, I think?) first. It was the only bar with really loud music, so of course that's where my attention was drawn to. I ordered a shot of Fireball and a beer. We stayed there until my drinks were gone and decided to check out some place different because it wasn't too exciting there. We walked down the street and discovered Insomnia Cookies. It smelled so good in there; the scent of fresh baked ...
... yukatas to less formal occasions. Men wear yukatas on a daily basis.
Famous sites of Country: Hiroshima peace memorial, Himeji castle, mount fuji, golden pavillion, and Tokyo tower
Average Life Expectancy Males: 80.0
Average Life Expectancy Females: 87.0
National Unemployment Rate: 4.1%
Country Literacy Rate: 99%
Country Murder Rate: 0.3
Crude Birth Rate: 8.07 births/1,000 population
Crude Death Rate: 9.38 deaths/1,000 population
National Infant Mortality Rate: 2.13 deaths/1,000 live ...
Sorry this is a bit late! Yesterday we woke up in the train at about 7am. Thankfully the screaming kid behind us slept almost through the night but there was a snorer in front of us!! We didn't have much luck that's for sure!! As it was a packed train we weren't allowed to move seats as there weren't any spare ones! Anyway we managed to get a few hours of broken sleep. The chairs reclined quite far but there was still a bit of tossing and turning! We arrived in Chicago one hour ...
... we got into the house just before it started raining cats and dogs. We ended up staying with one of the nicest and most interesting people I have ever met. Unfortunately she was flying off to Mexico as we arrived. She was a ballet master who flys all over the world teaching ballet teachers how to teach their students.
Anyways.... After the rain cleared we decided to make our way into ...
... end. Max remained at Sexton Lofts awaiting the removalists, estate agent etc. The morning for me was subsequently spent as yesterday had been - packing and cleaning, interspersed with trips outside for boxes, packing tape or refreshments. The bathroom, once it had been emptied of everything that needed to be moved, became the resting place for items which were to stay at Ontario Place. These included the old futon mattress (which the maintenance staff will be asked to dispose of), ...