Holiday Inn Express Chicago Arlington Heights
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
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... some interesting shops and Sarah saw an ice cream store. Guess which store was the first stop? ... the Ice Cream store of course. First we sampled some fudge then Dad, Sarah and Paul got ice cream cones. While they enjoyed them, Mom headed down the street and ended up in a little yarn shop. The greeters in this yarn shop were very large, very furry and they drooled a bit. Mom didn't ask what breed they were but on a google search she decided ...
... packaging to the large 'refuse room' - one of two on this floor. It has two chutes, one being for general garbage, the other for paper, cardboard and recyclable plastic. Large cardboard boxes and glass are left against the wall and are collected daily by maintenance staff. We all headed out to the nearby hardware store where we purchased a stepladder (high ceilings in a converted warehouse = high cupboards that Sarah cannot reach otherwise), sample paint ...
We just missed the bus this morning, so had to stand in the gently falling snow for about 15 mins. It wasn't so bad, as we watched the people going about their day - the man shoveling snow from in front of his shop, the old lady trying to cross the busy road with no pedestrian crossing or lights, the well dressed lady sneaking into the grog shop and trying to hide her purchases when she came out, and the two flocks of Canada ...
... 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 ...
... to be an 'incident' of some sort. Near a home that was flying the (undistinguishable) flag of another country was an ambulance, police officers, FBI agents in flak jackets, heavily armed army personnel, television crews etc. We hesitated, watched for a moment or two, then crossed to the other side of the street to determine whether we could push on or needed to backtrack. It was about then that I realised the TV cameras were on dollies and ...