Holiday Inn Express Chicago Arlington Heights
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... the fact I was hungry & thirsty caught up with me. We called in a pub we passed on the way call 'Elephant & Castle' as it was a British pub. However can honestly say it was the worst meal I have had in a while. Both Mel & I had the stuffed Yorkshire pudding with mash. Unfortunately the whole dish tasted like pepper, the mash was covered & full of onion which it did not state on the menu. I can eat onion in food in ...
... the road we saw something new - a triple tandem truck. For folks out West this is probably no big deal, but us Easterners it a real thrill.
Today was a school day of course. Since Suzanne had a "captive" audience for 10+ hours in the Suburban she got in 2 days worth of school. The boys all have lap desks and did well. We did see that handwriting exercises are a bit more challenging in ...
... Then went to cheese cake factory for lunch pizza was good OREO chess cake totally awesome! Got two extra cheesecakes nic couldn't eat one at lunch and I didn't want her to have to eat alone at a later date lol. Exploded thought the park and found ourselves sitting outside on the grass at a Jazz festival suppin a beer in the same area we had witnessed a massive Zumba dance session in the morning in he rain both were surreal experiences. We headed down navy pier in ...
... the whole hour. The stories - performances might be a more apt description - were all incredibly cute. I heard the Haitian tale of the horse and the toad (the hare and the tortoise), a zimbabwean story about a sick chief and a magic snake whose sole purpose seemed to be to ask the children what their favourite soup was (pumpkin was a clear favourite?!), and some fables of Anansi (sic), the tricksy, instrument-playing spider who hides from tiger in a loft because he ate tiger's ...