Holiday Inn Chicago Rolling Meadows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... pocket system for not losing stuff. Apparently not. So I spent the rest of my first afternoon re-tracing my steps on the ice-cold streets in a vain attempt to track it down.
A big reason for my deciding to visit the States was the opportunity to fill my face with culinary delights. I certainly grabbed this with both lips, facilitated by my host's generosity in buying me dinner every night. This free'd up some of the budget for extravagant lunch dining, starting at a ...
... in Japan as well as other countries. It also includes a chart of the life expectancies of the top 10 countries Japan being the highest for women.
"Japan Demographics Profile 2014." Japan Demographics Profile 2014. Web. 31 Dec. 2014. <http://www.indexmundi.com/japan/dem ographics_profile.html>.Gives a deomgraphic profile of Japan.
"Japan People 1990 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International ...
... my SLC Bees Mike Trout shirt. Both irreplaceable and very sentimental.
So as long as we were there I half heartedly toured Aztalan and found it interesting. We had stopped many years ago at the Cahokia park outside of St Louis of which this was a smaller version. I'm sure I would have enjoyed spending longer there if we ...
... today. will post more later. We have had our breakfast with lots of choices. Had yoghurt, egg (omelette style with cheese?) and tried a fresh waffle - very sweet. Avoided the muffins and donuts!!!, Was lovely to be greeted at Chicago Airport with a text from Dan who had been watching our progress on a flight radar site. Love to all
... sung at every game "Take me out to the Ball Game ". They have not made many changes to the field and the scoreboard ( still manually operated) , the entrance, the ivy on the outfield walls all of which are heritage items.
The bus trip back to Millennium Park before walking back to the hotel and change of clothes before off the Irish pub for corn beef and cabbage ! The Jameson's Irish Whisky and alcoholic ginger beer is also worth a ...