Holiday Inn Chicago Elk Grove
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Hi Mom! Flew into OHare. Killing time at this very overpriced restaurant waiting for our international flight. Steph and I ran into Justin's parents right before security. Witte sticks out like a sore thumb in an airport setting which I find hilarious. Miss you already ...
... the others had gone back. And yet, Julia was still awake, sitting in the chair, still dressed with her arms folded across her chest, staring at the TV. “Whatcha watchin?” Sam asked and Julia replied “A documentary. I like theology,” in a rather aggressive voice. She then commented that she thought we’d be back later, before asking if we needed the bathroom because she wanted to shower… Sam and I went and took off our make-up and brushed our ...
... was to whip up a batch of fresh squid ink pasta for dinner tonight. The squid ink had been purchased at Eataly a few days ago. The flour and eggs were measured out and the squid ink added. Slowly Max incorporated the ingredients as the flour turned from white to grey to black. Once kneaded the dough was left to prove. Some home maintenance chores were attended to while the pasta rested. Sarah, Yvonne and Wendy set off for the supermarket to buy the last minute necessities that ...
... my brothers came in Chicago, so I could do more visit
for exemple, I visited art Institute of Chicago, it was amazing and I could see very famous painter's canvas
I visited too, Willis Tower, the view is incredible, amazing, nice, not enough words to describe the beauty of the place.
Of course, I ate at Giordano's, deep Dish pizza and for me the best is Garrett ...
All I can say is WOW! I have been living a sheltered life in Economy Class. I'm afraid I'm going to be so spoiled after this. I have my own little cubicle with a bed, monitor, wifi, remote control, electric outlet, and table. The whole cabin is only about 1/3 full and we're all spaced out evenly, so I'm about 10' from the nearest person. Headphones, magazines, toiletries, hot washcloth, wine, etc.; they are really going above and beyond. Something ...