Holiday Inn Express Chicago-Oswego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... friends came too. What a great night?! Their company was so enjoyable - both fun and refreshing. There's a few more people wanting to visit Australia now!! Some said they'd move too when they heard how much leave we get - and public holidays! Not to mention the amazing weather - and the beaches! And TimTams!!! Yes, we are very grateful to be Aussies and have the privileges of living in such a great country. Wednesday afternoon we fly out of Chicago direct to Hong Kong. After ...
... board into the wild West. We went out to the Lyman woods with Rebecca's mom as part of a MeetUp group she has been getting involved with and we had a pleasant experience all the way around. Even the soggy socks and feet were nice because it's a good reminder that sometimes, IT happens. Ya just march on. Thanks for letting us crash your party MeetUp people and ...
Today I find myself on the way to the Family cabin on Lake Whitefish in Pine River, MN. The cabin holds so may great memories for me and has shaped my life in many ways. Summers hanging with family and friends with time spent fishing, swimming, wake boarding, partying, and just relaxing ...
... Tom's home in Wheaton, IL.and 20 minutes from here and were invited to dinner on Saturday night to Faye & Roll Dolls. We enjoyed Faye's MAGNIFICENT "Sicilian Sausage Soup" and, selfishly, I loved it... a great meal and captive audience with just the four of us, Faye, Rolly, Billy & I
Rolly is my Father's age ...
... I love this trail, it is a premier trail that compares to the best trails in the country. Soon we were upon our favorite hill on the other side of the Fox River, .....what a test! Normally we climb the hill at about 7 (8-9 for Devon) mph. Today with about 90 lbs of steel and gear under our bodies we did a respectable 5mph. Our new bikes were built for touring so the lowest gear on the front sprocket is a 24-tooth granny gear so ...