Holiday Inn Chicago North Shore (Skokie)
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... 47 infants per thousand.
Race Destination # 5:
Country Visited: Japan
Country Shape Classification: Fragmented
Country Development Classification: MDC
Country Capital City: Tokyo
Capital City Population: 32.127 million
Country Population (most current available): 127. 103 million
Country Population (in 1990): 123. 642
Country Government Type: Constitutional Monarchy
Current Leader(s)/ Party(s): Shinzo Abe (Prime Minister), LDP ...
Woke up early this morning as Crew is learning to sleep without his dummy so he was awake at 5. Got up around 7:30, and had some breakfast and played with the kids while Renee got everything sorted to drop Crew and Zara at care. Left around 8:30 and drove into the city, it took about an hour with traffic but wasn't a bad drive. Brad still loving driving Nathan's F150. Parked at Navy pier we were a bit nervous about being able to fit under the height limit but we did. Walked ...
Set out for more exploring this morning, stopping for a light breakfast at one of the numerous cafés in the area and then used the last day of our 3 day bus pass to head down to the start of Route 66 to check out the roads before we leave tomorrow! After much walking we found the marked start and got our bearings, then it was back on the bus and around to Navy Pier for a look. A large thunderstorm had everyone diving for the shelter of the ...
The Race of the Season/A destination like no other/The adventure of a life time.
That's what you read when you log on to the home page of the Chicago Yacht Club’s site for the 2014 Race to Mackinac Island. It summarizes the experience of sailing from Chicago’s Lakefront to the marina at Mackinac Island, 333 statute miles, and roughly 289 nautical miles away. For a newbie like me it was definitely an adventure and certainly an ...
... Memorial Day, which honours Americans who have died while in the military service). At that point, I decided to reshuffle my proposed schedule for the day so that I could pop in to AT&T for a local SIM card so that I wasn't without Internet coverage in the meantime. Maggie chose to stay with Max, she was unpacking boxes of books and setting up the shelves in the living area. I walked up to Michigan Avenue, the 'main drag' of the Chicago city ...