Holiday Inn Chicago - Midway Airport
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... they only had top of the range or bottom of the range left. Ryan found his dream coat but with a dream price tag too! It was so expensive that it was tagged and attatched to the rack! We both ended up find a semi-suitable one that would do the job. Tonight we were off to the ice hockey so we opted for an early dinner a resturant close to our hotel, the food was great but Ryan was getting really annoyed with the people in the booth behind us- they were talking so loud (and in ...
A new year is well underway, and while I should have written this weeks ago, it is kind of nice to be writing it now, three weeks later, when I have had time to evaluate and am still fully certain of my so called resolutions.
I don't believe in resolutions made based solely on a new year. I love making them throughout the year, as needed. I believe there is no set time that says we must make a change, or that the clock going from 11:59 on Dec. 31 to 12:00 on Jan. 1 ...
... for the country then to drive. The scenery is gorgeous and it brings a feeling of adventure to the trip that you can't get from airport hopping. To Don'ts 1. Don't plan a short trip. Everyone is busy. Long trips are expensive. Bosses don't like long vacations. But it's a once in a lifetime trip. You'll regret heading home before you're ready far more than missing a few extra days of work. 2. Don't move around every day. We fell victim to this on a couple of ...
... informed us. The history museum btw, has the biggest T-Rex. They originally thought it was a girl and named it Sue. Turns out its a boy... named Sue :Op
Instead of waiting in line for hours at a museum, we went to Macy's to see the big Christmas Tree, which had just been unveiled. Unfortunately, it was smack in the middle of the restaurant, so we couldn't get a picture. We did a little more shopping, including grabbing our free ...
... very brightly decorative sculpture called "Legends, Myths and Truths" by Jun Kaneko amazing what you can do with colour, strips and dots.... We continued walking through the park, through Lurie Gardens, and the huge Jay Pritzker Pavilion auditorium. We wanted to cross the BP bridge to walk over to the Navy Pier, unfortunately it was closed, due to construction on the other end of the bridge. ...
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